The Art of Living: The Classical Manual on Virtue, Happiness and Effectiveness

The Art of Living

Authors: Epictetus,Sharon Lebell

Epictetus was once a Roman slave. His life taught him that although the events of it are often beyond human control, the reactions to these events are very much within our control. In The Art of Living, he puts his years of pain and self-discovery into 93 legendary principles that will make its reader tackle any challenge and face any failure with pride.

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