Stoic Serenity: A Practical Course on Finding Inner Peace by Keith Seddon basically consists of the material for a course on stoicism. However, I didn't follow the course of the course, which involves essay writing and keeping a stoic journal: I just read it.
Seems like a pretty reasonable introduction to stoicism. He emphasizes some things that haven't been stressed by other things I've read, such as acting "with reservation": always bearing in mind the risks and possibility of failures in anything you do.
However, while it might work better as a course, as a book I much prefer A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy by William B Irvine, which I mentioned here.
Random. Tactical bacon lasts 10 years.
Video. Bulldog on back.
Socioeconomics. How to make money on the workers you fire.
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