Hello, I haven't had much luck translating on my own, since I have absolutely no knowledge of Modern nor Ancient Greek, so I thought I'd come here and see if anyone might be able to help out. I'm trying to translate the following phrase from Marcus Aurelius' Meditations into Ancient Greek: "This is no misfortune, but to bear it true to yourself is good fortune." The full sentence, for context: "So in all future events which might induce sadness remember to call on this principle: 'this is no misfortune, but to bear it true to yourself is good fortune.'" Any help anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!