Marcus Aurelius – Adversity to advantage
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Marcus Aurelius, born in AD 21, grew up to become, for a time the most powerful man in all of Rome and the world. He ruled as emperor between AD 161- 180. It is strange then how when we speak … Continue reading

Seneca – What makes us rich? (Part 2)
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“It is not the man that has to little, but the man that craves more, that is poor.” – Seneca Are you happy and content with that you already own? Do you take a chance to appreciate everything that is … Continue reading

Seneca – What makes us rich? (Part 1)
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Lucius Annaeus Seneca was a statesman, writer of many letters, tutor to the emperor Nero and roman stoic philosopher. A very wise man however there is argument that he may not have followed his own teachings. He would say that … Continue reading

Confucius – The importance of study
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Kong Qui, otherwise known as Confucius was a Chinese politician, teacher and philosopher. He was a man with many ideas and teachings that left their mark on Chinese culture. Little is a definite fact regarding Confucius’s early life. It is … Continue reading

Epictetus – Your sphere of choice
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Epictetus is thought to have been born some time in the 50’s AD in Hierapolis, located in modern day turkey and died around 135 AD. He was a Greek speaking stoic philosopher who was born a slave. Epictetus being born … Continue reading