January 12 - Equanimity

Philosophy will give us the greatest of blessings - freedom from regret.
Seneca's Epistles, cxv, sec. 18

That which satisfies us is never too little, and that which does not is never much.
Seneca's Epistles, cxix, sec. 7

This is grand, to act always like the same man.
Seneca's Epistles, cxx, sec. 22

1 comment:

  1. Living "the examined life" allows us to be mindful and present. Aware of the choices and making deliberate decisions based on how we want to live, not living on just emotion and instincts.

    Living this examined life will give us freedom and the beauty and happiness that comes with it.