Happy to share my latest for Aeon ... Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – Brian D Earp | Aeon Essays
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To remain unmoved at the death of a loved one, as the Stoics said one should, you must spend your life – to the hour – mentally preparing for such loss
For the Stoics, there is a correct answer to the question of how you should grieve your loved ones: you shouldn’t
On "Stoic Super-Resilience" - Great read by via
having lost, during the last 2 years, my dad, my grandma, and two friends 39 years old each, I definitely recommend article in
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did ....
It takes a lifetime of preparation to grieve as the Stoics did – without weeping and wailing, but with a heart full of love
Do not mourn for your dead: how to grieve like the Stoics did
I really like Brian D Earp's essay about sorrow and Stoicism.
Hoe kun je omgaan met de onvermijdelijke dood van je geliefden? Door je er je leven lang op voor te bereiden. Mooie longread van .
Well worth a read. On how living deeply may accelerate the grieving process.
It takes a lifetime of preparation to grieve as the Stoics did – without weeping and wailing, but with a heart full of love
It takes a lifetime of preparation to grieve as the Stoics did – without weeping and wailing, but with a heart full of love
Adapting to loss is part of who we are, we are better at such adaptation than we think and this allows us both to love someone fully while she is alive, and not be totally disabled by grief long after she is gone. Stoical mourning by
This is such a good article and mourning and grief from
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – Brian D Earp | Aeon Essays
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – via
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – Brian D Earp | Aeon Essays
It takes a lifetime of preparation to grieve as the Stoics did – without weeping and wailing, but with a heart full of love
Against mourning #News #Business #entrepreneur It takes a lifetime of preparation to grieve as the Stoics did – without weeping and wailing, but with a heart full of love By Brian D Earp Read at Aeon from Aeon via
excellent read - Brian D Earp in Aeon
Hey I know you like the Stoics. If you haven't read this, you'll appreciate this essay about the Stoics and grief.
GOOD MOURNING. Pensive and poignant essay by . "Let’s allow [tears] to fall, but not summon them up. Let what flows be what emotion forces from us, not what is required to imitate others." #philosophy #stoicism #mourning #death
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – via
"When the worst things happen, when a child, friend or spouse is struck down in an unplanned hour, the Stoics’ muted response will reflect their hard-won preparation, not a lack of prior love or affection." #Epictetus #mourning
For more on the Stoic approach to grief, check out this piece by in : "It takes a lifetime of preparation to grieve as the Stoics did – without weeping and wailing, but with a heart full of love"
I have found the stoics very inspiring recently as well. I write a piece for on their stance toward death and grieving
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – Brian D Earp | Aeon Essays
With "Against Mourning": Adapting to loss is part of who we are – a part of our nature, and so in line with Nature – and we are better at such adaptation than we think.
Similar theme in another fine article: Stoicism means not suppressing outward signs of emotion when somebody dies, but training the emotions, within oneself, while that person lives
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – via
I’m thinking that & might find this article interesting
excellent read - Brian D Earp in Aeon
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn and train for it as the Stoics did – via
Three months ago today - a timeless read by I come back to again and again for insight into my own grief. "The Stoics’ muted response will reflect their hard-won preparation, not a lack of prior love or affection".
As an antidote to these toxic days, I can’t imagine much better than a good dose of Stoicism. via and
excellent - Brian D Earp in Aeon
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – Brian D Earp | Aeon Essays
Against mourning It takes a lifetime of preparation to grieve as the Stoics did – without weeping and wailing, but with a heart full of love By
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"[Stoics deny] that it is psychologically impossible to love someone, truly love them, and yet remain unmoved by their death when it arrives. It’s just that you have to spend your life, to the day, to the hour, mentally preparing for such potential losses"
Brian's piece on Stoicism and grief is excellent, if anyone hasn't seen it already
Mourn like a #stoic Long read by
Finding it so hard to take my own advice 😓
Against mourning It takes a lifetime of preparation to grieve as the Stoics did – without weeping and wailing, but with a heart full of love
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – via
Cool! This podcast discusses my recent piece on mourning () 338 - ROMA 28
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – Brian D Earp | Aeon Essays
Do not weep for your dead: how to mourn as the Stoics did – via