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Daily Stoic 3h
“It is not external events themselves that cause us distress, but the way in which we think about them...It is our attitudes and reactions that give us trouble. We cannot choose our external circumstances, but we can always choose how we respond to them.” Epictetus
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Rose Stanhope 9h
Stop drifting…Sprint to the finish. Write off your hopes, and if your well-being matters to you, be your own savior while you can. Marcus Aurelius via
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Stephen Moore 20h
"Philosophy calls for plain living, not for penance…our lives should observe a happy medium between the ways of the sage and the ways of the world at large." - Seneca via
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Eboni Thamavong 23h
It’s okay to be deep and of means. They aren’t at odds with each other. ⁦
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Ryan Holiday 21h
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Daily Stoic Jul 16
“These Things Have No Power Over You”
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Tatiana Tomich Jul 16
Philosophy calls for plain living, not for penance... our lives should observe a happy medium between the ways of the sage and the ways of the world at large. Seneca
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Brandon Redfern Jul 16
To what are you committed? Why are you doing it?
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Daily Stoic Jul 16
“In your actions, don’t procrastinate. In your conversations, don’t confuse. In your thoughts, don’t wander. In your soul, don’t be passive or aggressive. In your life, don’t be all about business.” Marcus Aurelius
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Daily Stoic Jul 15
“True happiness is to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future, not to amuse ourselves with either hopes or fears but to rest satisfied with what we have, for he that is so wants nothing.” Seneca
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Daily Stoic Jul 15
“Keep at it...As a blazing fire takes whatever you throw on it, and makes it light and flame.” Marcus Aurelius
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Michele Tafoya Jul 15
‘...A person busy kicking themselves over what has happened in the past, or biting their nails over what might happen in the future, is a person who is not busy with life.”
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Daily Stoic Jul 15
"I begin to speak only when I’m certain what I’ll say isn’t better left unsaid." Cato
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Daily Stoic Jul 14
"It is folly to say, 'What I have said must remain fixed.' There is no disgrace in having our opinions change with the circumstances." Seneca
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Sam Ikkurty Jul 13
Misfortune is virtue's opportunity. Seneca via
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Daily Stoic Jul 14
"The greatest obstacle to living is expectation, which depends on tomorrow and wastes today." Seneca
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Daily Stoic Jul 13
“If someone succeeds in provoking you, realize that your mind is complicit in the provocation." Epictetus
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Daily Stoic Jul 13
“It never ceases to amaze me: we all love ourselves more than other people, but care more about their opinions than our own.” Marcus Aurelius
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Jason Butler Jul 13
‘Assume Everyone Is Lying’ - such a simple message from ⁦⁩ The principle is also essential to developing effective and positive money behaviours and habits.
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