At first pass, the hedonistic, glam world of rock music seems an unlikely place for a practising Stoic.
But, then you reflect on the impossible highs and lows of life on the road; the shapeless, twilight, drudgery of tour-bus life and it begins to make sense.
Continue reading “Rock ‘n’ roll ‘n’ stoicism – @HurricaneNita”
…with The Daily Stoic.
DailyStoic.com started life in support of the book by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman, The Daily Stoic – 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living.
The site is now a rich resource of Stoic Wisdom and, because I read new pearls of that wisdom every day via the daily newsletter, I include it on the list.
Continue reading “Stoics, stoicism, Marcus and more…”
…with Art of Manliness.
I suspect some Brits might be squeamish about the title, but this blog (now the “largest independent men’s interest magazine on the web”) has everything you need to know. As editors Brett and Kate McKay say:
Continue reading “Style, strength, social skills and success…”
This made me laugh out loud. The latest in Nicholas Bate’s series…
In The Future 4
We will realise that it would have helped tremendously if we hadn’t been in so much of a hurry.
Fish for more pearls of wisdom, here.
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Here’s a wide-ranging Weekend Watch (well, more of a listen actually).
In this podcast from High Existence, writer, psychotherapist and Stoic Donald Robertson talks about mental health, cognitive behavioural therapy, Stoicism, Buddhism, philosophy and more.
Continue reading “Stoicism as Preventative Psychological Medicine – @DonJRobertson”
Losing your temper is a sign of weakness, they say. It’s not great for your health, either. Or, for those around you.
Writing about a Stoic approach to anger, author, stoic and cognitive psychotherapist Donald Robertson recalls the emperor Hadrian (not a Stoic):
Continue reading “May I have my eye back? – Stoicism and anger”
…with Michael Wade’s Execupundit blog.
Pithy, wry and wise, Execupundit is a feast for eyes, ears and minds.
As a taster (and an insight):
Continue reading “Leadership, ethics, management and life…”