Features tagged in the Philosophical Category of Marcus Aurelius - Med 6-48

Marcus Aurelius - Med 6-48 Exercises

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Seneca's Win Moments & Hero Consideration Exercise Practice It 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 bee...
Stoic Penknife Exercise

Marcus Aurelius - Med 6-48 Quotations from Stoic Philosophers

Quotations from Stoic Philosophers like Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus
Think of the qualities of your fellows Whenever you want to cheer yourself, think of the qualities of your fellows -- the energy of one, for example, the decency of another, the generosity of a third, some other merit in a fourth. There is nothing so cheering as the stamp of virtue manifest in the character of colleagues -- and the greater the collective incidence, the better. So keep them ready at hand."

Marcus Aurelius - Med 6-48 Stoic Doctrines