The Three Contemplations Of Marcus Aurelius

The Stoic General counsels himself on virtue and reflects on what he has learned about the good life through his own adventures.

He ponders nature, change, and death—not just for himself, but for the entire universe.

He considers the significance of other people’s lives in relation to his own—what he has learned from them and why, in particular, their lives have been good.

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