Seneca. Gedachten van de Stoïcijnen.






9.1495.     AR AR

Signs of strength – confidence, justice, severity, purposefulness, detachment, calmness, fearlessness, stoicism, faith, knowledge and wisdom.

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9.1301.     AR AR

The   essence   of   stoicism   is   in   impassionate   reacting   to   problems   and   not   in   being   enthusiastic   about   getting   into   a   mousetrap   for   cheese   and   carrot.

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9.1277.     AR AR

Stoicism  doesn't  espouse  inactivity  or  nihilistic  humility,  but  it  espouses  emotionlessness  and  composure.  "Suffer  little  -  it  says.  "Fewer  emotions,  more  actions,  more  meaningful  movements.  Active  emotionlessness,  do  what  you  should  and  come  what  will".

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9.1274.     AR AR

The essence of stoicism is to reduce the amplitude of the swing of emotions. Less joy, less pain. The smaller one extreme, the smaller the opposite extreme.

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9.1197.     AR AR

Active dispassion... I fell in love with this concept ... denial of passions ... Follow fate and rejoice in what is.

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7.7604. Scales Of Seneca.     AR AR

What used to cost more than later. So the lesser good before outweighs the greater evil later.

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7.3551. The brink of indifference.     AR AR

The Stoics divided things into preferably uncaring and indifferent to deny. It's brilliant-you say it and you're right.

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7.3547.     AR AR

The main idea of stoicism is indifference, indifference to temptations ...indifference to the inevitable ...indifference to passions.

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7.3544.     AR AR

Food Stoik prefer simple over complicated, accessible - inaccessible. Eating expensive food does not make a person stronger or better.

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7.3509. Truth is inevitable.     AR AR

The Stoics urged to accept all this, to where we are helpless otherwise, and you'll depression, sadness and suffering. Failure to accept the inevitable plunges a person into hell.

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7.2107.     AR AR

"To be afraid sooner than necessary means to be afraid longer than necessary," Seneca said. The longer the fear, the more harmful it is to everything.

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6.2909.     AR AR

The four evils of the stoic: fear, immoderate joy, discontent, greed of energy (money, love, time, matter).

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5.4568.     AR AR

Anyone who does not retreat will reach the goal and we do not know those who could not. But those in whom there is no love will perish. Love is dream and hope, faith and perseverance, miracle and God.

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4.2751.     AR AR

The reason for failure is always the same, it is a refusal to confront. You can only lose if you surrender, otherwise even death won't stop you.

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3.3204.     AR AR

Regret does not mean repentance, pain should be overflowed and get used to it...  If you accept the pain, you will defeat it.

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3.1637.     AR AR

Anyone who draws strength from their adversity is worthy of victory.  The same, whom adversity only weaken worthy of all their defeats.

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6.382.     AR AR

Seneca said to talk less to others, talk more to yourself. But I have nothing to talk about with myself, so I'm talking to Seneca.

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6.372. From a conversation with Seneca.     AR AR

It is not because it is difficult that we dare not, but because we dare not. Have you ever seen anyone try and fail? Everyone who couldn't, didn't try.

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4.624.     AR AR

You ask me the cause of human suffering. Here are some of them: idleness, idleness, luxury, relaxation, serenity...

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1842. Is it true? Is it kindly? Is it necessary?     AR AR

They  say  that  in  olden  days  all  kind  people  asked  themselves  these  three  questions  before  saying  something.  And  if  they  had  even  any  slight  doubts,  they  preferred  not  to  say  it. 

Voorwoord: Muhortova Natalie

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