A personal story on Friendship and Growth and how Stoicism lend a helping hand.
Philosophy can help us deal with life because it can be difficult. Let me rephrase that, life is difficult. We all have our issues. Although I don’t have any factual proof, I’m quite sure that a majority of people have problems and struggles. If life is so difficult, how can we navigate these troubled waters?
How often do you get angry? And what are the triggers that get you into that emotional state? It is time to address this ugly side of us because it can be seen everywhere and we should avoid it. Anger blinds us to what would be the just and rational action to take. If we wish to live a virtuous and peaceful life, as the Stoics strive to, then we should avoid anger.
Michel de Montaigne examines life using himself as the subject. The essays offer a revealing, fun, direct, and levelheaded view. Summary “We do not know where death awaits us: so let us wait for it everywhere.” Michel de Montaigne, the
Become Financially Independent with Stoicism. We will look at how a philosophy like Stoicism looks at personal finances. In the end, there will be some ways to apply it