Stoic quotes are some of my favorite quotes and Seneca is one of my favorite philosophers.
So I thought to myself, why not bring both of them together?
And here is the result of that.
I gleaned through the works of Seneca and did some googling on the internet until I could find the 25 most potent Stoic quotes from Seneca.
Death arrives; it would be a thing to dread if it could remain with you. But death must either not come at all, or else must come and pass away.
When you are travelling on a road, there must be an end; but when astray, your wanderings are limitless.
Note: If you enjoy reading these quotes by Seneca, then you should definitely check out the book Moral Letters To Lucilius. It's a series of letters where he dispenses invaluable advice to his friend Lucilius that's just as relevant today as it was back in Ancient Rome. Who woulda thought!