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No shame, no blame

If it is our feelings that torment us rather than the things themselves, it follows that blaming others is silly. 

When we suffer setbacks, disturbances, or grief, let us never place the blame on others, but on our own attitudes.
— Epictetus

Small-minded people habitually reproach others for their own misfortunes. Average people reproach themselves. 

The impulse to blame something or someone is foolishness; there is nothing to be gained in blaming, whether it be others or oneself.
— Epictetus

The more we examine our attitudes and work on ourselves, the less we are apt to be swept away by stormy emotional reactions in which we seek easy explanations for unbidden events.

Happiness and freedom

Events don't hurt us, our views of them can