I have a blog called Thinking Through: Philosophy, Mythology, Spirituality, and Transformational Wisdom. Nearly all of the entries are previously published pieces I've written for my columns in Unity Magazine (A to Zen), and the San Diego Troubadour (Stages: Philosophy, Art, Culture, and Music).
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In the first century a Roman slave named Epictetus earned his freedom. Literate, well-read, and lame from torture, Epictetus rose from obscurity to fame, attracting many students to his philosophical discourses. Along with Marcus Aurelius and Seneca, Epictetus represents the best of the wisdom of Stoicism, a practical, down-to-earth philosophy of forbearance and fortitude in the face of fickle fortune. In our ongoing series on The Great Philosophers, perhaps none before or since spoke as intimately or insightfully as Epictetus about the specific challenges we face as human beings. Please note that this event will be offered at the brand new Rancho Bernardo Oasis Center. See you there!