EPICTETUS. DISCOURSES. Book ii. §8. ¶2.HAVE you not God? Do you seek any other, while you have Him ? Or will He tell you any other than these things ? If you were a statue of Phidias, either Zeus or Athena, you would remember both yourself and the artist ; and, if you had any sense, you would endeavour to do nothing unworthy of him who formed you, or of yourself: nor to appear in an unbecoming manner to spectators. And are you now careless how you appear, because you are the workmanship of Jupiter ?
EPICTETUS. DISCOURSES. Book ii. §8. ¶3.