Public Lecture: What worries you today? (Belgrade, Serbia)

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In a world where uncertainty has become an everyday occurrence, the question of how to contend with it keeps emerging more and more often.

If we return to the Stoic and the Buddhist philosophy, we will see that their learnings primarily center on building our internal value criteria, for we may sometimes worry about things that are outside of our sphere of worry. For this reason, it is essential that we have criteria based upon which we may choose to act justly in correspondence with the circumstances. Finally, the great Stoic practical question – what depends upon us, and what does not – may always serve as a compass in times of uncertainty.

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