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The True 1% [On Money]

In William B. Irvine’s A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy, he uses a term I’d never heard before, especially in connection with Roman philosophers. Yet, after reading his book, then quickly devouring the works of Aurelius, Epictetus, Musonius Rufus, and Seneca, I discovered that […]

Felis Catus Veritas [Cat Truth]

After a several year absence, I recently returned to the realm of Twitter. Although it continues to be a vast ocean of vitriol, ego, and incomplete thoughts, I also find that it can be used for good. Being that the platform takes kindly to the realm of Felis catus, I […]

Your Life: Habit or Freedom?

A friend once asked me, “With all the years you’ve studied the mind and its functions, why have you not written a book? Especially since you love to write?” I could have given him a dozen different answers, but what instantly issued from my mouth was, “You’re supposed to write […]

Blame and the Marital ICU [On Love]

Blame no one. If you can, correct the offender; if you can’t, correct his offense; and if not even that’s possible, what’s the point in looking for someone to blame? – Marcus Aurelius As I am certain happens with most couples that have been together for years, if not decades, […]