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Vol. 3, Issue 3, March 2021

How to Chase the Right Rabbits

The Stoic Gym || CHUCK CHAKRAPANI

John Bogle , founder of the Vanguard Group, one the world’s largest mutual fund companies, has this to say about how we live ineffectively: We chase the ‘wrong rabbits’, things that don’t matter, instead of going after the ‘right rabbits’, things that do matter.


Obstacles as Opportunities for Practicing Virtues

Feature || JONAS SALZGEBER

Every annoying person is a chance for patience, kindness, and forgiveness. Every challenging situation is a chance for perseverance and hard work.


The Skill of Using Logic: Fun with Fallacies

Feature || SHARON LEBELL

“The Ancient sage Booboo Baba described the healing powers of celery and skunk dung poultices.”


The Skill of Doing the Work: The Present Work

Feature || PIOTR STANKIEWICZ

As long as you are alive there will always be time to have a shot at betterment. That time is right now.


Concentration in a World of At-Home Distraction

Feature || MEREDITH KUNZ

Do with “genuine seriousness, tenderly, willingly”


Veganuary (2)

Feature || KAI WHITING

It is not as simple as stating that eating meat is ‘bad’ or ‘good’


Be Alive Until You Die

Book Excerpt || Editor

The worst of all is to leave the ranks of the living before dying

 


Housekeeping

Housekeeping || Editor

THE STOIC digital magazine is entirely funded by The Stoic Gym and is distributed to subscribers free of cost. The Stoic Gym underwrites all expenses associated with the production and distribution. The Stoic Gym neither solicits nor accepts donations.


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor


Stoic Fellowship Around the World

Stoic Fellowship || Editor

Stoic Fellowship Around the World


Unshakable Freedom - How to Be Free No Matter What

Book Review || Editor

How can we achieve total personal freedom when we have so many obligations and so many demands on our time? Is personal freedom even possible?


How To Be A Stoic When You Don't Know How: Learn The Fundamentals Of Stoicism In Ten Short Weeks

How to be Stoic When You don't Know How || Editor

Learn the fundamentals of Stoicism in ten short weeks


Recent Releases - Be Forever Anger Free!

Book Review || Editor

Stoic Book of Anger is the plain English version of Seneca’s classic trilogy, On Anger. Seneca’s On Anger is probably one of the best books ever written on the subject. It is a detailed analysis of anger: what causes it, what price we pay for it, and how we can be totally free from it.


Stoicism In Plain English - Ancient Stoic Texts In Modern English

Book Excerpt || Editor

Ancient Stoic texts in modern English.


The Stoic Advisory Board

Stoic Advisory Board || Editor

The Stoic Advisory Board