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You Can Have This Joy | The Stoic Art Of Stillness (12 Keys)

You Can Have This Joy | The Stoic Art Of Stillness (12 Keys)

Update: 2024-02-061
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Look, everyone is entitled to their own opinion and if in their opinion, that’s what Stoicism is in their view—God bless them. But the facts just don’t support it. There was literally a Stoic (Chrysippus) who laughed so hard he died, ok? What more do you need to know? Sure, Marcus Aurelius opens Meditations with some observations about how annoying and obnoxious people can be, but his personal letters to Fronto are filled with affection and wit—he even tells of a prank he pulled. Every somber note in Meditations is matched by reveries for the beauty of the natural world and gratitude for the gifts life has given him.

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Stillness is that quiet moment when inspiration hits you. It’s that ability to step back and reflect. It’s what makes room for gratitude and happiness. It’s one of the most powerful forces on earth. In this video excerpt Ryan Holiday talks about some key Stoic practices that will help you find stillness.

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You Can Have This Joy | The Stoic Art Of Stillness (12 Keys)

You Can Have This Joy | The Stoic Art Of Stillness (12 Keys)