Tag: the daily stoic

  • A Leader Leads

    A Leader Leads

    “One person, on doing well by others, immediately accounts the expected favor in return. Another is not so quick, but still considers the person a debtor and knows the favor. […]

  • Stop Monkeying Around

    Stop Monkeying Around

    “Enough of this miserable, whining life. Stop monkeying around! why are you troubled? What’s new here? What’s so confounding? The one responsible? Take a good look. Or just the matter […]

  • Our Duty To Learn

    Our Duty To Learn
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    Stoic Quote

  • Learn, Practice, Train

    Learn, Practice, Train

    “That’s why the philosophers warn us not to be satisfied with mere learning, but to add practice and then training. For as time passes we forget what we learned and […]