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MicroSummary: A 12-book long series of intimate notes written by the last Good Roman Emperor, “Meditations” by Marcus Aurelius is considered one of the greatest philosophical works in history. It’s an introduction to the philosophy of Stoicism, teaching the virtues of self-analysis, self-discipline, focusing, and being a good man.
Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
Life. Nature. Anger. Future. Eternity. Those are just a few of the topics that stand at the core of golden nuggets. Check below and read some more about it.
Meditations is like gold: it has value over the time defying the changes.
REFLECTIONS OF A LEADER/ MEDITATIONS
This book represents the personal reflections of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, who ruled the Roman Empire between 161-180 AD.
Marcus Aurelius’s book still has a great impact on modern society not only through powerful words, but also through powerful .
It teaches us valuable lessons of life, self-development, and leadership.
Described as a spiritual journal, Aurelius wrote the 12 books of Meditations as a source for his own self-improvement, setting forth his ideas on Stoic philosophy.