Meditations has been translated by many different authors. I put a list of translations of the same passage (Book 9, passage 13-15). I though this was interesting so I am posting this.
Newest to oldest
“Today I escaped from all bothering circumstances – or rather I threw them out. They were nothing external, but inside me, just my own judgements.”
“Today I escaped from anxiety. Or no, I discarded it, because it was within me, in my own perceptions—not outside.”
“To-day I have got out of all trouble, or rather I have cast out all trouble, for it was not outside, but within and in my opinions.”
“To day I have escaped from every dangerous accident: or, rather, I have thrown out from me every dangerous accident. For they were not without; but within, in my own opinions.”
Francis Hutcheson and James Moor