Being a stoic means embracing positivity and self-control through the ability to accept the uncertainty of outcomes. With this stoicism guide, the beginner stoic will learn how to take charge of their emotions on the path to sustained happiness and satisfaction.
Epictetus is one of the key Stoic figures and is best known from "The Enchiridion" or "Handbook of Epictetus," a short manual of Stoic ethical advice compiled by Arrian, and from the "Discourses of Epictetus." Epictetus' teachings are central to Stoicism. Stoicism is a practical philosophy.
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