Stoic Zen; 10 Crucial Life Lessons from Ancient Eastern and Western Philosophy

“As long as you live, keep learning how to live.”
— Seneca

1. Everything is Exactly How It’s Supposed to Be

2. Emotions Are Hallucinations; See The World As It Is

3. Find What Is In Your Control

4. Happiness and Desire are Incompatible

5. When Hungry Eat, When Tired Sleep

“Two elements must be rooted out once and for all:
The fear of future suffering, and the recollection of past suffering.
Since the latter no longer concerns me, and the former concerns me not yet.”
— Seneca, On Tranquility of Mind

6. Remember That You Will Die

7. A Wise Man is a Good Man

8. Train Rigorously Against The Stirrings of the Senses

9. Stay the MiddleWay

10. Always Keep Learning and Continue to Study Philosophy

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