In the words of Cato the Younger: “Uh-oh…”
Stoicism for Modern Stresses: 5 Lessons From Cato – by Rob Goodman & Jimmy Soni
Julius Caesar wanted to end him. George Washington wanted to be him. And for two thousand years, he was a singular subject of plays, poetry, and paintings, with admirers as diverse as Benjamin Franklin, the poet Dante, and the Stoic emperor Marcus Aurelius.
Yet, for all that, you’ve probably never heard of him…