Nibbling On Western History & Philosophy Series
Dialogues and Essays
A New Translation by John Davie
“it is not what you endure that matters, but how you endure it”
Hermit Poet’s Comments: This phrase is part of a sentence and a proceeding sentence regarding endurance and facing hardships. However, I’m going to put a different spin on this by relating it to dealing with problems and people.
One can usually get a good handle on another person’s personality when things go wrong. Many times a individual can be the friendliest than “BAM”; a problem arises and they become upset and maybe very angry towards you. Likewise the true colors of a persons makeup come out like fireworks.
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