Some of you clicked this email because it mentioned stealing. Some of you came because it mentioned the Bible. And the wisest among you clicked because you open all my emails anway. All of you are correct.
What you're about to read is no attempt to convert you to any faith - I just wanted to share some useful philosophy from the age of the stoics, which many dismiss because it's packaged as spiritualism.
The timeline of development in the stoic school of thought is largely inextricable from early Christianity, and many of the early disciples read greek and would have encountered these ideas. In fact, Seneca’s brother was the judge in the case of the Apostle Paul in Corinth.
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