Embarrassment is Weakness Dangerous Senseless and Pointless!

Embarrassment is weakness, dangerous, senseless, and pointless. It will keep you from doing meaningful things in your life. A person who gets embarrassed easily will not ask for help when they need it. Shy people are comfortable in their box, never straying too far from what makes them feel content. There is an old saying …

The Spirit Poem | A Poem of Death by Maximus McCullough

When you see with no eyes When you hear with no ears When you taste with no tongue When you smell with no nose When you touch with no skin When you feel with no ego You will know you have made it Memento Mori

Don’t Think – Take A Moment To Just Exist

If you ponder it, we are always thinking about something, are we not? Who to see, where to go, what to do and so on. We catch away our minds, filling every moment of our existence with thinking about something. At the end of the day, many of us fill our minds with the news, …

Relationship Advice | Stoic Thoughts

Is it really possible to give good relationship advice that covers every person? No, of course not. Many like me are single, happy and fulfilled. Recently I found myself in a new situation, my baby boy turned 18 and is now a legal adult. Legally I have no one to care for other than myself …

Hard Times Create Stronger Human Beings

Notice that the title says that “Hard Times Create Stronger Human Beings,” and not “Hard Times Create Good Human Beings”. This is because “guidance” can only help create a wonderful human being, furthermore what a person does with that guidance is up to them. The convictions of a person will help define who they are, …


There is no greater way to impress yourself than by practicing humility. First recognize you will not be the greatest and best at a certain activity. You will not be the richest and you will never reach the apex of financial wealth. The most important thing in your life are your virtues.

The Ontological Argument | Does God Exist? | The Best Evidence | Stoic Thoughts

Crows pick out the eyes of the dead, when the dead have no longer need of them; but flatterers mar the soul of the living, and her eyes they blind. – Epictetus

Compassion The Beginning Of Eternal Wisdom | Stoic Philosophy

“No school has more goodness and gentleness; none has more love for human beings, nor more attention to the common good. The goal which it assigns to us is to be useful, to help others, and to take care, not only of ourselves, but of everyone in general and of each one in particular.” — Seneca