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Stoic every day

Stoic Everyday || EDITOR

Stoic quotes for every day of the month


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor

Stoic thoughts for every day of the month


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor

Stoic thoughts for every day of the month.


Stoic Every day

Stoic Everyday || Editor

Stoic thoughts for every day of the month.


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor

Stoic Thoughts for Every Day of the Month.


Stoic Thoughts For Every Day Of The Month

Stoic Everyday || Editor


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || Editor

1 - Is there any storm that is more powerful than impressions that drive out reason? [Epictetus, D2.17]


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || EDITOR

1 You are not going to learn anything new, if you think you know it already. [Epictetus, D 2.17]


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || EDITOR

1 - Set aside your self-satisfaction about what you think you know. You are not going to learn anything new, if you think you know it already. [Epictetus, D 2.17]


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || EDITOR

1 - Do you know the standards by which someone can be judged? What a good or a bad person is and how they got that way? If so, how come you are not a good person yourself? [Epictetus, D 2.13]


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || EDITOR

1 - The cost of the material things you give up—whether it is food or some furniture—is nothing compared to the goodwill you gain in return. 

[Epictetus, D 2.10] 


Stoic thoughts for every day of the month

Stoic Everyday || EDITOR

1  - If donkeys had the ability to go further and understand how to deal with impressions, they would refuse to obey us and would be our equal. And rightly so. 
[Epictetus, D 2.7]