Stoic Letter
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Stoic Letter

©Darius Foroux

On the liberation of keeping things to yourself

In The Netherlands, where I grew up, we have this saying that can’t quite be translated into English: “Iemand in zijn waarde laten.” Loosely translated from the Dutch, it means that you should simply accept people and avoid trying to convince them. But that’s not what it actually means. If you translate that sentence word for word, it says: Leave someone in…

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Ancient ideas applied to modern times. A new Stoic Letter by Darius Foroux comes out every Friday.

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