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Seneca's Win Moments & Hero Consideration Exercise Rehearse This exercise challenges you to see how both your hero and you yourself have risen to face challenging experiences in the past. Seneca writes, "Call to mind things which you have done that have been upright or courageous; run over in your mind the finest parts that you have played. And cast your memory over the things you have most admired; this is a time for recollecting all those individuals of exceptional courage who have triumphed over pain: the man who steadily went on reading a book while he was having varicose veins cut out: the man who never stopped smiling under torture..." (Lucilius Letter LXXVIII). Seneca's exercise asks you to place before your imagination both your own acts of courage and those of a hero. Will the memory and image of these actions enable you to do it again - now that you face a new challenge?
Global Exercise
Quotations from Stoic Philosophers like Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus
Think of the qualities of your fellows