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Simple Stoic Advice

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The beautiful thing about Stoic philosophy is the advice contained within it is just as applicable today as it was when it was first written all those many years ago. We can learn a great deal from interpreting the advice provided and using it to our advantage as we go throughout our own lives.

Today’s quote comes to us courtesy of Epictetus, Enchiridion, entry 39:




Learning to live a virtuous life through the fundamental teachings of the Stoics.

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D.A. DiGerolamo

D.A. DiGerolamo

Lessons in philosophy, self-development, leadership, and strategy. Socials: @stoicwithin / @dadigerolamo

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