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- Practice the Art of Living as a Warrior of the Mind
- Live like Your Ideal Self and Reflect upon Your Actions
- Be Aware of Your Every Step
- Know You Are Disturbed Not by What Happens But by Your Opinion About It
- Always Test Your Impressions
- Focus on What You Control
- Take Responsibility
- Take Back Your Time: Prioritize and Make Time for What Matters
- Accept rather than Fight What Happens
- Act Despite the Emotions: Endure and Renounce
- Buy Tranquility Whenever Possible
- Don’t Complain and Take it as Training
- Eliminate the Nonessential
- Be Kind and Forgive the Wrongs of Others
- Listen and Say Only What Isn’t Better Left Unsaid
Seneca writes with bemusement of this impulse, writing to Lucilius about how he liked to sit up above the port and watch as people sped with such frantic energy to get information..
there is a story about Napoleon’s habit of actively delaying the opening of his mail.
Because most issues resolved themselves and he wanted to let time sort things out for him.
Buddhists believe that suffering comes from our attachment to desires, while Stoics believe that suffering comes from our judgment to external events. A Buddhist eliminates suffering by detaching himself from his desires. A Stoic eliminates suffering by being indifferent to all external events.