The modern understanding of what it means to be stoical is never showing any form of outward emotion regardless of all circumstances, good or bad, and indeed not having any emotions whatsoever. The entire species of the Vulcans in the popular science fiction franchise Star Trek exemplifies the popular definition. But it's easy to recognize an absence of outward emotion as not necessarily being a good thing.
"Way too short…"
This book is going to teach you how to overcome the obstacles that stand between you and succeeding in convincing others to your way of thinking. It will take a look at what arguing actually is in order to gain a better understanding of how to do it well and efficiently, tackle the prickly issue of just how ethical it is to persuade someone, and look at the different ways in which we fail in our arguments, both in winning and occasionally in reaching a decent resolution without devolving into fighting.
"Great Book For Anyone"
In A Year for Change you'll be opened up to new opportunities, exposed to new experiences, and it'll take you out of your comfort zone, if you allow it to do so. The choice is yours. You are capable of experiencing a fulfilled life, but you must be open and willing to take the appropriate action.
"Amazing challenge for personal growth"
This book is meant for the beginner and will start you out on your journey of mindfulness. Everything in it is simple and easy to follow - it contains specific, easy-to-do tips and exercises, and because knowing why you're doing something and how it works helps to build your confidence in it, it also looks at the theory and concepts behind the practice of mindfulness in none-too-technical, easy-to-understand language.
"Introduction to Mindfulness."
Throughout human history religions have been a staggeringly powerful force in the hearts and minds of their adherents and in society as a whole. They have moved men and women to inspiring acts of bravery and spurred the creation of some of the most sublime works of art, and arguably have been pivotal in the creation of stable societies and the social order we see today. At the same time, though, they have also been responsible for some of the most heinous atrocities ever committed.
"A good read, covers what Athesist already feel."