Perseverance: 7 Stoic Lessons on How To Keep Going

Ryan Holiday writes The question of why and how we are supposed to live has been contemplated for centuries.  Absurdist Albert Camus wrote that life is like the Sisyphean task of pushing a boulder up a mountain for all of eternity. Existence itself, in other words, is persevering. Camus writes, “One must imagine Sisyphus happy.”  So, how do we persevere well? How do we persevere happily?  Go to the source: Perseverance: 7 Stoic Lessons on How To Keep Going

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