The Daily Stoic - Day 88



The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday

Day 88 Quote:

“Life without a design is erratic. As soon as one is in place, principles become necessary. I think you’ll concede that nothing is more shameful than uncertain and wavering conduct, and beating a cowardly retreat. This will happen in all our affairs unless we remove the faults that seize and detain our spirits, preventing them from pushing forward and making an all-out effort.” - Seneca

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Last but not least... until tomorrow my friends, let's strive harder to live like a Stoic.

The Daily Stoic - Day 87



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Day 87 Quote:

“Diogenes of Sinope said we sell things of great value for things of very little, and vice versa.” - Diogenes Laertius

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Last but not least... until tomorrow my friends, let's strive harder to live like a Stoic.

The Daily Stoic - Day 86



The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday

Day 86 Quote:

“How does your ruling reason manage itself? For in that is the key to everything. Whatever else remains, be it in the power of your choice or not, is but a corpse and smoke.” - Marcus Aurelius

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Last but not least... until tomorrow my friends, let's strive harder to live like a Stoic.

The Daily Stoic - Day 85



The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday

Day 85 Quote:

“. . . freedom isn’t secured by filling up on your heart’s desire but by removing your desire.” - Epictetus

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Last but not least... until tomorrow my friends, let's strive harder to live like a Stoic.

The Daily Stoic - Day 84



The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday

Day 84 Quote:

“Eat like a human being, drink like a human being, dress up, marry, have children, get politically active—suffer abuse, bear with a headstrong brother, father, son, neighbor, or companion. Show us these things so we can see that you truly have learned from the philosophers.” - Epictetus

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Last but not least... until tomorrow my friends, let's strive harder to live like a Stoic.

The Daily Stoic - Day 83



The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday

Day 83 Quote:

“The diseases of the rational soul are long-standing and hardened vices, such as greed and ambition—they have put the soul in a straitjacket and have begun to be permanent evils inside it. To put it briefly, this sickness is an unrelenting distortion of judgment, so things that are only mildly desirable are vigorously sought after.” - Seneca

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Last but not least... until tomorrow my friends, let's strive harder to live like a Stoic.

The Daily Stoic - Day 82



The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday

Day 82 Quote:

“What is it then to be properly educated? It is learning to apply our natural preconceptions to the right things according to Nature, and beyond that to separate the things that lie within our power from those that don’t.” - Epictetus

Please ponder this quote and leave your thoughts and comments below. 

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Last but not least... until tomorrow my friends, let's strive harder to live like a Stoic.