The Four Stoic Virtues Simplified

Practical philosophy you can use every day

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In today’s world, Stoicism is defined as the endurance of pain or hardship without displaying feelings or complaints. Tough times are inevitable together with painful realities that often drive us to lash out and be aggressive, cold and mean-spirited. But there is a way to handle these difficult situations, enabling us to curve that…

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