When Is Something Common Property?

Today marks day 20 of my 30-day challenge to write a piece on a different quote from Seneca’s “Letters from a Stoic” for 30 consecutive days.  I’ve been pondering a simple question today: Who’s getting...Read More →

On Loss: How Long Will This Last?

“The growth of things is a tardy process and their undoing is a rapid matter.” Seneca the Younger, in Letters from a Stoic. One of the earliest lessons of childhood is that building something takes a ...Read More →

The Human Mind: What Are Its Limits?

"The more the mind takes in the more it expands.” Seneca the Younger, in Letters from a Stoic Everyone knows that the more you learn about a subject, the more you find how much more there is to it. This...Read More →