stoic

29-Nov

Philosophy is the art and law of life, and it teaches us what to do in all cases, and, like good marksmen, to hit the white at any distance.
– Seneca the Younger

28-Nov

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Unremarkable lives are marked by the fear of not looking capable when trying something new.
– Epictetus

27-Nov

Your task is to stand straight; not to be held straight.
– Marcus Aurelius

26-Nov

The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious.
– Marcus Aurelius

25-Nov

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To live a life of virtue, you have to become consistent, even when it isn’t convenient, comfortable, or easy.
– Epictetus

24-Nov

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Sickness may challenge your body. But are you merely your body? Lameness may impede your legs. But you are not merely your legs. Your will is bigger than your legs. Your will needn’t be affected by an incident unless you let it.
– Epictetus

23-Nov

Think of yourself as dead. You have lived your life. Now, take what’s left and live it properly. What doesn’t transmit light creates its own darkness.
– Marcus Aurelius

22-Nov

He, who decides a case without hearing the other side, though he decides justly, cannot be considered just.
– Seneca the Younger

21-Nov

Soon you will have forgotten the world, and soon the world will have forgotten you.
– Marcus Aurelius

20-Nov

Nothing that goes on in anyone else’s mind can harm you.
– Marcus Aurelius