Exercise General description
Marcus Aurelius' Hero's Indexing Rehearse Marcus Aurelius begins his Meditations with the words, "From my grandfather Verus: decency and mild temper..." (I, i). In this, the first and longest passage, Marcus Aurelius creates a list or "index" of the people in his life, why he's grateful to know them, and what he's learned from them about the right way to act and to live. Here you can practice that exercise.
Global Exercise
Quotations from Stoic Philosophers like Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus
From my (adoptive) father: gentleness, and an immovable adherence to decisions made after full consideration