The Three Disciplines of Stoicism - Deepstash

The Three Disciplines of Stoicism

  • Perception: it requires that we maintain absolute objectivity of thought; that we see things dispassionately for what they are.
  • Action: it relates to living unselfishly. We should work towards something larger than ourselves, a collective good while treating people justly and fairly.
  • Will: this is our attitude towards things outside our control. Those can only harm us if we allow them to.

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"Don't go through life, grow through life." - Eric Butterworth

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