Janus
by Ed Whelan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom We all know January is the first month of the year. Many may
Tibullus
By Visnja Bojovic, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom When we think of wine in the ancient world, the first thing that
It’s called the Imposter Syndrome and it’s usually touted about by life coaches to reassure the doubtful. For those who
Earlier this year we launched our inaugural Stoic Essay competition... and today I'm excited to announce the winner!  We asked
Saturnalia
It’s hard to get into the Christmas spirit here.  There are no Christmas carols playing in the shops. It is
saint nick santa
by Ed Whelan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom We are all familiar with Santa Claus, at least in the western world.
Ancient Egyptian
by Brendan Heard, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom We love to learn about ancient Egypt today…but what did the Egyptians learn
Well, I will certainly delve into controversial waters today dear reader. I do think it’s important though, perhaps especially because
buddhism stoicism
by Andrew Rattray If you’re anything like me, I’m sure you’ll have noticed the bookshelves of your local store positively
aeneas and venus
by Ed Whelan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom He is a towering figure of ancient myth. He fought at Troy and