The Collective Existential Crisis: How to create a more peaceful world. This post acts as a guide through the turbulent waters of our existence.
How to resist temptation like a Stoic. Well, it lasted this long, but no longer can I resist writing about this topic. Temptation is one of those drives that lead us to do things we tend to regret after the
How to enjoy life as a Stoic. Learn what enjoyment means and let’s resolve some preconceptions on Stoicism.
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
How to deal with criticism is an important part in our journey to personal growth and a more peaceful existence. Let’s find out how this can be done.
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.
Why do we travel and seek out new exotic destinations? Is it to brighten our spirits so that we can be ready to go back to our job again? When you look at our society, we can see that the
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.