I don't start to many totally generic threads like this one but this seems to be a good time to reinforce what Joshua has said a couple of times in recent podcasts: That after you accomplish getting a general basic understanding of Epicurean philosophy you're "only at the beginning" because you then need to apply it.
It seems appropriate to reinforce that: We spend a lot of time discussing very specific details, and we need to do that because that's the only way to understand the big picture.
But once we have the big picture we're then faced with the real question: application. It's as if our minds are computers and the Epicurean philosophy takes us through the reboot sequence, and maybe through the loading of certain basic application programs.
But once the basic operating system, and the basic application programs are loaded, we then face the even harder question: How do we use what we have learned?