Self-knowledge: #1 Tip To Mastery – Letter 6

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My interpretation of the Moral letters by Seneca. In Letter 6 he discussed why practicing Stoic philosophy generates self-knowledge. And this in turn allows you to notice faults in yourself, and help others. There is no enjoying the possession of anything valuable unless one has someone to share it with. — Seneca. What is self-knowledge? … Read more

Friendship: what it really means — Letter 3

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My interpretation of the Moral letters by Seneca. In Letter 3, Seneca discusses why having a true friend is important; to have people you can trust and confide in. “True friendship comes when the silence between two people is comfortable.” – David Tyson We all long for genuine human connections, and even in a busy … Read more

Focus & concentration: the keys to success: letter 2

My interpretation of the Moral letters by Seneca. In Letter 2, Seneca suggests why limiting distractions and having a focus is critical. We live in a world full of information. So much so that it is easy to become diverted and side-tracked by it all. Even if you can ignore what is broadcast by the … Read more