Stewie the Stoic: Holiday


[Quotes offered by Seneca]

[This sentiment arrives during the Saturnalia when the throngs have abandoned propriety and surrendered themselves to indulgences. Which, Seneca does not expressly  condemn. More than that, he embarks on explaining that there is much to be learned with living on little. Learning to accept and embrace frugality prepares one for when Fortune lavishes her bounty wherein you might enjoy her gifts all the more. Yet, of course, never depend upon them.]