How to treat others is a discourse that shows us the right way to see those around us. They’re our kin and so are we of the gods.
How to be content is a journey via the gods to learn to live in accordance with nature. It teaches us to be free and accept fate.
On Our Judgment shows how we can discover what is right or wrong. This Discourse by Epictetus teaches us to find the truth and accept fate.
Legacy: A Stoic View looks at how we will be remembered, if at all. Should we allow this to affect how we live now or should it not bother us?
What we should devote our time to focuses on the difference between the externals and internals. Can we learn from those who chase careers?
What we belong to reflects on Book 1.9 of the Discourses of Epictetus. How can this definition free us and allows us to live with Nature.
Why we need virtue to make progress shows us the dangers of relying on only on aquired skills, while forgetting what truly matters.
How to Find the truth: it’s a deep dive on Book 1.7 of Epictetus’s Discourses. Where lies our responsibility to finding the truth.
How to view the world and become a grateful observer. This post is based on the discourse On Providence by Epictetus: Book 1, Chapter 6.
How to find our nature looks at the role entropy plays in the universe. By examining it, we can learn how to live in accordance with Nature.