It's been a while since I last posted. I've completed the School of Essential Studies course and learned so much more about the philosophy. The next phase is The Marcus Aurelius School, to which I've been recommended and admitted. The first of four terms begins in July and I expect the course will take at least one full year to complete.
Lately, I've been filling my time with a little mini project of consolidating my copies of Stoic books into one OneNote file, as well as copying my previously blogged commentary on Marcus Aurelius and Epictetus. While doing this, I remembered one of my goals for 2020 was to start my commentary of Seneca. He has written so much, but I figure I'll start with Letters from a Stoic and then fill in the gaps with his other works and essays as I have time.
I've also acquired a recently published book entitled That One Should Disdain Hardships: The Teachings of a Roman Stoic, which has the writings of Musonius Rufus - the teacher of Epictetus. I'll probably start reading that a bit this year and will write some commentary on it, at some point.
But as for now, I'll start with Letters from a Stoic and tackle a bit at a time.