The Collective Existential Crisis: How to create a more peaceful world. This post acts as a guide through the turbulent waters of our existence.
Budgeting like a stoic: How to save more money. This post will show you how Stoicism can help you set a better more personalized budget and help you save more money.
Our mirror fails to reflect more than we realize. That’s not because the mirror is broken, but because we don’t treat it the way we should. These posts are called reflections, so you can see that it is an important
The Sword of Damocles is a story I’ve always remembered from my childhood. At first I thought my father shared this with me. But recently I asked him about it and he told me he didn’t. So the mystery of where I heard it is one for the ages. But then an amazing thing happened when I decided to read some of Cicero’s works.
How to know yourself should have been one of the first reflections. This is foundational for anyone who wants to improve themselves. Unfortunately, many of us don’t think about asking profound questions to understand ourselves better. Most of the time
A personal story on Friendship and Growth and how Stoicism lend a helping hand.
What is privilege and why is it such a tense subject? Who has this advantage and what does that mean to them? What are your personal responsibilities in all of this? The main objective should be fo create equality of all.
What are regrets and how can we live in such a way to eliminate them and follow our purpose.
Living a life of virtue is the chief aim of the Stoics. To do so, we must understand what Virtue is. Here is my take on it. The four virtues in Stoicism are; Wisdom, Justice, Courage, and Temperance. To learn control and how to live in moderation, we must examine Temperance.
Living a life of virtue is the chief aim of the Stoics. To do so, we must understand what Virtue is. Here is my take on it. The four virtues in Stoicism are; Wisdom, Justice, Courage, and Temperance. In this part, we are going to be brave and look at the virtue of Courage.