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How A Stoic Responds To Internet Trolls

Trolls should be seen and not heard.

If we’ve been on the internet long enough, we see them. Lurking in our social media feeds, our blogs, or the comments we left for articles we’ve read. They know everything. They use vulgar, contemptuous language. They complain about nothing in particular, yet they fire off all the right synapses to induce a mild sense of rage. They are…

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Husband, father, worker, philosopher, and observer. Plumbing the depths of consciousness to find the spring of happiness. Write on.

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Husband, father, worker, philosopher, and observer. Plumbing the depths of consciousness to find the spring of happiness. Write on.

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