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In this episode, we’re going to explore Letters from a Stoic, which Seneca wrote toward the end of his life from approximately 63 AD to 65 AD. It is a collection of 124 letters Seneca sent to his friend Lucilius – then the procurator of Sicily (essentially an official in Ancient Rome) — advising him on how to become a better Stoic.
I only go over a few quotes from several of his letters and discuss the lessons learned.
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