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"Moderation in all things."

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High School Reading Teacher. Book lover. Sharing insights to inspire discovery. "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body." – Joseph Addison

Aristotle's timeless wisdom on living well transcends the ages, offering profound insights that remain relevant today. Edith Hall, a renowned British classicist, delves into Aristotle's teachings, revealing how they can guide us to a fulfilling and happy life. This article explores the key lessons from Aristotle's philosophy on how to live a purposeful life, make better decisions, and cultivate meaningful relationships.

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Stoicism is essentially about assigning things their proper, real value. It identifies what is in our control, and what is beyond us, in our lives.

Stoic virtues of moderation, wisdom, courage, and contentment are evident in the principle of Self-sufficiency.

The virtue of Temperance

The virtue of Temperance

Temperance is the virtue that deals with self-control and moderation. 

Many things can turn into addictions and it is important for happiness that people be moderate and tempered in their lives.

I. Prepare yourself

I. Prepare yourself

"Nothing can be of such great benefit to you, in your quest for moderation in all things, that to frequently contemplate the brevity of one's life span, and its uncertainty. Whatever you undertake, cast your eyes on death."

Accepting that death is an inevitable part of the process ...

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