5. Practicing your values beats preaching them. - Deepstash

5. Practicing your values beats preaching them.

Stoic philosophy requires a great deal of personal responsibility. It’s not that you should be insanely hard on yourself, but you should understand that every decision that you make throughout the day contains a moral dimension.


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