EPICTETUS. FRAGMENTS. 114.ARE not the gods everywhere at the same distance? Do not they everywhere equally see what is doing?
EPICTETUS. DISCOURSES. Book iv. §4. ¶5.HE liveth with the gods, who at all times affords unto them the spectacle of a soul both contented and well pleased with whatsoever is afforded or allotted unto her; and performing whatsoever is pleasing to that spirit whom (being part of himself) Zeus hath appointed to every man as his overseer and governor.
MARCUS AURELIUS. MEDITATIONS. Book v. 21.IF you always remember that God stands by, an inspector of whatever you do either in soul or body, you will never err, either in your prayers or actions, and you will have God abiding with you.
EPICTETUS. FRAGMENTS. 115.