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Vol. 4, Issue 9, September 2022

Four keys to dealing with stress

Feature || BRITTANY POLAT

“...built-up stress is a lot like anger: once you let it get the better of you, it’s hard to regain control of yourself...”


Our time is limited: Seize the day

Feature || KAREN DUFFY

“There is a limit to the time assigned to you, and if you don’t use it to free yourself it will be gone and will never return.”


Telling worry to hit the road

Feature || MEREDITH KUNZ

“What can we do to better understand our role in the world once we realize how illogical it is, and how little we can influence and shape events? How can we move forward while refusing to give up or give in?”


Where we put our attention is our life

Feature || SHARON LEBELL

Our focus decides our experience


Dealing with regrets

Feature || GREG SADLER

“Regret and remorse aren’t good in themselves, but they may be a sign that there’s more work to do.”


Offensive language and Stoicism

Feature || BRANDON TUMBLIN

“It is easy to say that one should not get offended when someone says something upsetting to you, but it can be difficult to do when it happens.”


Using Stoicism to Find our roles

Feature || SANTARA GONZALES

“Knowing ourselves and our talents will be a guide in choosing the roles which correspond to us, and will also allow us to fulfill our potential.”


On following our idols

Feature || PIOTR STANKIEWICZ

“Small things form habits, habits shape our character and our character, well, is who we truly are. This is the place to grow.”


Verissimus, The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, St. Martin’s Press, 2022. https://amzn.to/3dMhvU5, By Donald Robertson & Ze Nuno Fraga


Stoic quotes for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor

Stoic quotes for every day of the month


A life that flows well

Editorial || CHUCK CHAKRAPANI

The goal of Stoicism is happiness, living the good life. Zeno, the founder of Stoicism defined it elegantly: