January 1st: the Stoic Routine of Seneca

Seneca is a Stoic philosopher, a Roman statesman, Nero’s tutor and a prolific and recognized writer. The Letters to Lucilius have a special place in his work because they are both the testimony of a notable Roman about his time and his own life and the correspondence of a master of philosophy to a disciple.

In Letter 83 (10) to Lucilius, Seneca describes what he used to do in the New Year:

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