Sadly I cannot make this event http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/stoicismtoday/2014/10/20/stoic-week-2014-everything-you-need-to-know/ but we live in a virtual world for which I am grateful. Nevertheless, it may be worth consideration if you are in London this week. If not there is always the possibility of downloading the book free until the end of this week, just go to the site with the link above.
I have been drawn to Marcus Aurelius and Seneca amongst other classical authors and they have informed my life since I was a teenager. The interest in Stoicism will be timeless, and the blog is an interesting read. I am not sure how faithfully I would follow any formal approach to practice as I have been averse to that mode of instruction since forever. I am more likely to dip into a broad spectrum of source material and reflect as and when my mind thinks fit. But I would have been a frequent visitor to the porch in the central market of Athens when Zeno was hanging around.
If you click on the image below, there are a few treasures worth collecting.