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Good intentions: - the only thing that matters?
Does it matter where you live?
In Stoicism a thing’s appropriateness or inappropriateness is determined by context.
What is your personal code?
Much is written about in the Stoic literature that we should do “the right thing.” But do we always? If you are like me, probably not. Sharon Lebell believes that it is because we lack our personal code and perhaps we should all have one written down. Editor
Do One Thing
Back in 2007, many years before the Modern Stoic movement began advancing Stoic thought, Sharon Lebell wrote a book, The Art of Living which is a “new interpretation “ of Epictetus’ Enchiridion. This modern, plain English version of the Stoic classic became very popular and has been in print continuously since it was published. In this regular column Doing Stoicism, Sharon will be sharing her thoughts on how to practice Stoicism in our daily lives.
Use this workout as often as possible. If you are like most people you will have scores of opportunities to practice throughout the day.