22 Stoic Quotes About Anger, Ego, Emotions And Disappointment for Instagram & WhatsApp - Strong Love Quotes

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22 Stoic Quotes About Anger, Ego, Emotions And Disappointment for Instagram & WhatsApp


1. "All cruelty springs from weakness." (Seneca) Click to tweet
All cruelty springs from weakness. (Seneca);  #StoicQuotes


2. "The best answer to anger is silence." (Marcus Aurelius) Click to tweet
The best answer to anger is silence. (Marcus Aurelius);  #StoicQuotes


3. "How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it." (Marcus Aurelius) Click to tweet
How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it. (Marcus Aurelius);  #StoicQuotes


4. "Not to display anger or other emotions. To be free of passion and yet full of love." (Marcus Aurelius) Click to tweet
Not to display anger or other emotions. To be free of passion and yet full of love. (Marcus Aurelius);  #StoicQuotes


5. "Being angry means your lizard brain took control. Being calm means you stayed above your emotions." (Maxime Lagace) Click to tweet
Being angry means your lizard brain took control. Being calm means you stayed above your emotions. (Maxime Lagace);  #StoicQuotes


6. "Greatness starts with the replacement of hatred with polite disdain." (Nassim Nicholas Taleb) Click to tweet
Greatness starts with the replacement of hatred with polite disdain. (Nassim Nicholas Taleb);  #StoicQuotes


7. "It is a narrow passageway that leads to the garden of contentment. Big egos don’t fit."Click to tweet
It is a narrow passageway that leads to the garden of contentment. Big egos don’t fit.FALSE


8. "Once the ego inflates it will only come back to earth through some jarring failure." (Robert Greene) Click to tweet
Once the ego inflates it will only come back to earth through some jarring failure. (Robert Greene);  #StoicQuotes


9. "Do not envy those who seems naturally gifted; it is often a curse." (Robert Greene) Click to tweet
Do not envy those who seems naturally gifted; it is often a curse. (Robert Greene);  #StoicQuotes


10. "Happiness is a choice. Forgiveness is a choice. Acceptance, anger, desire, love… all choices. Your time. Your choice." (Scott Shaw) Click to tweet
Happiness is a choice. Forgiveness is a choice. Acceptance, anger, desire, love… all choices. Your time. Your choice. (Scott Shaw);  #StoicQuotes


11. "Your true self is not your emotion such as anger, frustration or hate. It is the inner witness that knows the rise and fall of your emotion." (Haemin Sunim) Click to tweet
Your true self is not your emotion such as anger, frustration or hate. It is the inner witness that knows the rise and fall of your emotion. (Haemin Sunim);  #StoicQuotes


12. "Do not act when the tide of rage flows in. Wait for it to go out. Then act with reason and proportion."Click to tweet
Do not act when the tide of rage flows in. Wait for it to go out. Then act with reason and proportion.FALSE


13. "It is our own opinions that disturb us. Take away these opinions then, and resolve to dismiss your judgment about an act as if it were something grievous, and your anger is gone." (Marcus Aurelius) Click to tweet
It is our own opinions that disturb us. Take away these opinions then, and resolve to dismiss your judgment about an act as if it were something grievous, and your anger is gone. (Marcus Aurelius);  #StoicQuotes


14. "Humility is a knowledge of our weaknesses, confidence is a knowledge of our strengths, and ego is something dangerous with none of the former and a skewed sense of the latter." (The Daily Stoic) Click to tweet
Humility is a knowledge of our weaknesses, confidence is a knowledge of our strengths, and ego is something dangerous with none of the former and a skewed sense of the latter. (The Daily Stoic);  #StoicQuotes


15. "If you drop your ego, don’t take things personally and adopt a detached perspective, your ability to deal with all types of people/situations will immensely improve."Click to tweet
If you drop your ego, don’t take things personally and adopt a detached perspective, your ability to deal with all types of people/situations will immensely improve.FALSE


16. "If we seek social status, we give other people power over us: we have to do things calculated to make them admire us, and we have to refrain from doing things that will trigger their disfavor." (William B. Irvine) Click to tweet
If we seek social status, we give other people power over us: we have to do things calculated to make them admire us, and we have to refrain from doing things that will trigger their disfavor. (William B. Irvine);  #StoicQuotes


17. "A minute of rage can undo a lifetime of diligent effort. Self-control is self-preservation. Most of us won’t look back on the moments we acted in anger as among our finest."Click to tweet
A minute of rage can undo a lifetime of diligent effort. Self-control is self-preservation. Most of us won’t look back on the moments we acted in anger as among our finest.FALSE


18. "To not be distracted by the darkness of others, to head towards the light. To be good without hesitation, even when other people are not. That’s our job." (The Daily Stoic) Click to tweet
To not be distracted by the darkness of others, to head towards the light. To be good without hesitation, even when other people are not. That’s our job. (The Daily Stoic);  #StoicQuotes


19. "Yes, you can — if you do everything as if it were the last thing you were doing in life, and stop being aimless, stop letting your emotions override what your mind tells you, stop being hypocritical, self-centered, irritable." (Marcus Aurelius) Click to tweet
Yes, you can — if you do everything as if it were the last thing you were doing in life, and stop being aimless, stop letting your emotions override what your mind tells you, stop being hypocritical, self-centered, irritable. (Marcus Aurelius);  #StoicQuotes


20. "Emotions are easily hijacked by illusory threats that tap into our insecurities. We can’t be strategically dynamic if we are always on the defensive. We are more effective when we realize how many things don’t require any response at all."Click to tweet
Emotions are easily hijacked by illusory threats that tap into our insecurities. We can’t be strategically dynamic if we are always on the defensive. We are more effective when we realize how many things don’t require any response at all.FALSE


21. "Ignoring someone is more powerful than hating them. Hate means that you are somehow bothered by the person and can’t stop thinking about them. They possess you. Indifference indicates that you just don’t care. It is freedom."Click to tweet
Ignoring someone is more powerful than hating them. Hate means that you are somehow bothered by the person and can’t stop thinking about them. They possess you. Indifference indicates that you just don’t care. It is freedom.FALSE


22. "Whatever seems lofty is dangerous… those whom an unfavorable fortune has placed in a critical position will be safer if they eliminate pride from their proud circumstances and bring down their fortune as much as possible to a lowly state." (Seneca) Click to tweet
Whatever seems lofty is dangerous… those whom an unfavorable fortune has placed in a critical position will be safer if they eliminate pride from their proud circumstances and bring down their fortune as much as possible to a lowly state. (Seneca);  #StoicQuotes