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On the joy of seeing people succeed

In one of the letters that the Stoic philosopher Seneca wrote to his friend, Lucilius, you can sense he was really proud of the progress Lucilius had made. Remember, Seneca started writing letters to Lucilius at a later stage of his life. By that time, he had withdrawn from the busy life of Rome — and his biggest successes were behind him in business and politics.




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Darius Foroux

Darius Foroux

Creator of the Stoic Letter (new letter comes out every Friday, exclusively on Medium) | My course on wealth building is now free: dariusforoux.com/ws

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