You Either Are Or You Aren’t | Panic Is Self-Inflicted Harm
It’s impossible not to read Marcus Aurelius or Seneca and sense that they were always working. Not that they were literally always at the office–as we said, they believed in a kind of work life balance–but on themselves.
They were studying. They were reflecting. They were asking questions.
And with today's meditation on the day's Daily Journal excerpt, Ryan discusses why panic, which only serves to expose us to greater danger, can only be avoided by effective preparation.
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