An Occasional Stoic Review: 365 Ways to be More …
Your daily guide to being more Stoic everyday with case studies and thought exercises for every aspiring Stoic!
An Occasional Stoic Review: Journal Like a Stoic …
Deepening your Stoic understanding and progress through journalling
An Occasional Stoic Review: Lessons in Stoicism …
A deeply comforting and enlightening look at how Stoicism can inspire us to lead more enjoyable lives
The Importance of facing death
One of the most extraordinary, and difficult, practices proposed by the Stoic philosophy is "memento mori".
Not meant to last forever: the Stoic wisdom on …
The word impermanence comes from Latin, meaning it lasts for a limited period of time, and this simple noun is the cause of most of our sufferings.
On the subversion of Stoic techniques for material gain and reinforcing ego.
We suffer more in imagination than in reality – …
In his thirteenth letter, ‘On groundless fears’, Seneca wrote: ‘There are more things … likely to frighten us than there are to crush us; we suffer more often in imagination than in reality.’