Words of wisdom from the greatest Greek and Roman Stoic philosophers including Seneca, Marcus Aurelius, Diogenes, Epictetus, Plato and more.
The Stoicism Book of Quotes compiles over 200 inspirational and illuminating quotations from the world's greatest philosophers. These ancient words come to life in the present and help provide much-needed strength, wisdom, and resilience for all of life's challenges.
Stoicism is a school of philosophy that believes virtue is based on knowledge and reason which enables you to rise above your emotions and allows you to control what you can and let go of what you cannot. The Stoic way of thinking allows you to thoughtfully process and accept situations while giving you the power to choose how you react, handle, and cope.
Many great leaders and thinkers of our time have sought guidance from Stoic philosophy, including George Washington, Immanuel Kant, Walt Whitman and Theodore Roosevelt, to name a few.
For many, Stoicism is a tool in the pursuit of self-mastery, perseverance and wisdom. Living a more stoic life will give you the opportunity to live a mentally healthier, more balanced and overall happier life.
About the Author
Nick Benas, USMC, is a former United States Marine Sergeant and Iraqi Combat Veteran. He's the author of Mental Health Emergencies and Tactical Mobility. He travels around the United States training individuals on how to recognize a developing mental illness and how to prevent someone from slipping into a crisis. Nick attended Southern Connecticut State University for his undergraduate degree in Sociology, and for his M.S. in Public Policy. He has been featured by more than 50 major media outlets for his business success and entrepreneurship, including Entrepreneur Magazine, Men's Health, ABC, FOX, ESPN, and CNBC.
Kortney Yasenka, LCMHC, is a licensed clinical mental health counselor who provides individual, family, and group therapy, as well as life coaching services. Kortney is certified in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and has experience working with veterans and active military personnel. She has a Masters in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Health Psychology from Northeastern University. With over 15 years of experience, Kortney has worked in community mental health, school systems, and private practice while specializing in mood disorders, school and work related issues, life transitions, and self-esteem.