Seneca says that we should remind ourselves of things we know, because all too often we don't pay attention to them.
The answer is always going to be "it depends"
Spend some time with Zeno and Socrates instead
The problem is that you are travelling with your emotions and are followed by your afflictions
If you travel in order to escape yourself, don't
We must suffer for the sake of those we love
Theory is fine, but useless if you don't practice
Remember what you should offer and what you should withhold
Humanity is what it is, not what we would like it to be
Your role model may be closer than you think
Virtue is all-or-nothing, and yet, we can make progress
Do the right thing because it is the right thing to do
Let us postpone nothing. Let us balance life’s account every day.
No sensation of evil can reach one who is dead
Not feeling pain would make us inhuman, not sages
The universe is morally neutral
Challenge your impressions, don't "just do it"
The view from above, Seneca style
What ought to be done must be learned from one who does it
If someone can withstand fire or exile, surely you can overcome something...
Don't suffer before it is necessary