Features tagged in the Philosophical Category of Seneca - Letter VI-2

Seneca - Letter VI-2 Exercises

Exercise General description
Epictetus’ Philosopher's Review Practice It Epictetus's three questions are a great exercise to perform at the close of a day, or as a daily evening exercise. But this exercise can also be helpful at any time of day to invite a Stoic philoso...
Stoic Penknife Exercise

Seneca - Letter VI-2 Quotations from Stoic Philosophers

Quotations from Stoic Philosophers like Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus
‘What progress have I made? I am beginning to be my own friend.’ I’ll tell you what took my fancy in the writings of Hecato today. ‘What progress have I made? I am beginning to be my own friend.’ That is progress indeed. Such a person will never be alone, and you may be sure he is a friend of all."

Seneca - Letter VI-2 Stoic Doctrines