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    In many important ways the reflections of Marcus Aurelius 121 180 crystallize the philosophical wisdom of the Greco Roman world This little book was written as a diary to himself while emperor fighting a war out on the board

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    When I was a freshman in college I lived in a dorm My roommate was on the football team He would write inspiring things on poster board and hang them in our room often on the ceiling above his bed to motivate himself He favored straightforward sentiments like never give upThe Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius did not hang motivational

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    Look within do not allow the special uality or worth of anything to pass you by I love this uote and I love the wisdom tha

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    Someone lent me this because they thought it might help me feel betterchange my thinking I was like sure I'll give it a chance but like sorry to say it did nothing I feel as though many of the things in there that might be helpful ar

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    Marcus Aurelius must have been a prolific reader He sure was a prolific note taker for these meditations are surely his study notes after all he was a 'philosopher' from age 12 I don't know of the publishing system at the time but where are the detailed footnotes and references Marcus Aurelius is uite a wise man or at least he read enough wi

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    Marcus gives us wise advice about using the Internet particularly social networking sites“because most of what we say and do is not essential If you can eliminate it you'll have time and tranuillity Ask yoursel

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    If you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewWearing Mismatched Socks at Work is Empowering Meditations by Marcus Aur

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    It's of course completely ridiculous to rate a nearly 2000 year old journal by a Roman emperor who never intended it to be read As a book experience the repetition of Aurelius's thoughts can be frustrating the excellent introduction in this vo

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    This basically consists of Marcus Aurelius repeating Get it together Marcus to himself over and over again over the course of 12 chapters SPOILER ALERT The time during which you are alive is very very brief compared to the time during which you did not exist and will not exist People who wrong you only do so from ignoranc

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    THINK ABOUT ITNever before have I given a five star rating to a book of which I had only read 9% However this book is special in many ways and if the beginning is any indication of the author's thoughts and reflections it merits this rating I eagerly await my future readings of this splendid workLike the Bible it can be opened to any page an

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Muerte en 180 Su reinado estuvo marcado por las numerosas y dilatadas guerras ue mantuvo contra los pueblos If you re into stuff like this you can read the full reviewWearing Mismatched Socks at Work is Empowering Meditations by Marcus Aurelius Gregory Hays trans Concentrate every minute like a Roman like a man on doing what s in front of you with precise and genuine seriousness tenderly willingly with justice And on freeing yourself from all other distractions Yes you can if you do everything as if it were the last thing you were doing in your life and stop being aimless stop letting your emotions override what your mind tells you stop being hypocritical self centered irritable You see how few things you have to do to live a satisfying and reverent life If you can manage this that s all even the gods can ask of you In Meditations by Marcus Aurelius Para ser grande s inteiro nada Teu exagera ou excluiS todo em cada coisa P e uanto s No m nimo ue fazesAssim em cada lago a lua toda Brilha porue alta vive In Odes de Ricardo Reis by Fernando PessoaWord of caution this review is going to be all over the placeI translated this into German a long time ago I m not sure I m up to the task of translating this into English this time aroundLet s give it a go To be great be whole nothingOf yours exaggerate or excludeBe all in everything Put all you areIn everything you doBe like the moon thatShines whole in every lakeBecause it lives up high The Numbers Game reinado estuvo marcado por las numerosas y dilatadas guerras ue mantuvo contra los pueblos If you Tall man riding. re into stuff like this you can The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory read the full The Big Golden Book of Poetry reviewWearing Mismatched Socks at Work is Empowering Meditations by Marcus Aurelius Gregory Hays trans Concentrate every minute like a Roman like a man on doing what s in front of you with precise and genuine seriousness tenderly willingly with justice And on freeing yourself from all other distractions Yes you can if you do everything as if it were the last thing you were doing in your life and stop being aimless stop letting your emotions override what your mind tells you stop being hypocritical self centered irritable You see how few things you have to do to live a satisfying and NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW reverent life If you can manage this that s all even the gods can ask of you In Meditations by Marcus Aurelius Para ser grande s inteiro nada Teu exagera ou excluiS todo em cada coisa P e uanto s No m nimo ue fazesAssim em cada lago a lua toda Brilha porue alta vive In Odes de Ricardo Reis by Fernando PessoaWord of caution this Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, review is going to be all over the placeI translated this into German a long time ago I m not sure I m up to the task of translating this into English this time aroundLet s give it a go To be great be whole nothingOf yours exaggerate or excludeBe all in everything Put all you areIn everything you doBe like the moon thatShines whole in every lakeBecause it lives up high

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Descendiente de una familia de origen hispánico Marco Aurelio nació en Roma en el año 121 de nuestra era Look within do not allow the special uality or worth of anything to pass you by I love this uote and I love the wisdom that runs through this book It s such a simple idea and it is also a very true one Make the most of everything and everyone of every situation and chance that life throws your way because when they have passed we may not get them again Marcus Aurelius is full of logic and revealing comments about life death and the universe His meditations are very open and very honest And I found them uite touching The history of his reign as Roman Emperor is impressive but behind all his success was a very human person struggling and suffering with the same problems that plague all of us He comes to terms with his mortality and his insignificance in the face of history and time We are all of us only here a brief time and we need to make the most of it All is ephemeral both memory and the object of memory The book moves into discussions over the temporary nature of things of relationships and friendships and feelings Everything changes given enough time even memories and their ramifications Aurelius soul searches He writes these words during times of peace and war during times of duty and heart ache though his tone rarely changes He remains detached and accepting of destiny and where it may take him From this he ponders how to give life meaning and purposeAurelius suggests that one of the ways we can do this is through work real work and toil as we strive to meet our goals He suggests that it is an edifying pursuit to serve the development of humanity It gives life meaning and purpose as we work and improve He also argues for the creation of art and that in attaining it it s one of the greatest pursuits we can follow because of how it benefits mankind I agree with so many of the sentiments in here and those that challenged my own beliefs got me thinking about the nature of life Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic runs through this book It s such a simple idea and it is also a very true one Make the most of everything and everyone of every situation and chance that life throws your way because when they have passed we may not get them again Marcus Aurelius is full of logic and Earthfall (Homecoming, revealing comments about life death and the universe His meditations are very open and very honest And I found them uite touching The history of his A Daddy for Christmas reign as Roman Emperor is impressive but behind all his success was a very human person struggling and suffering with the same problems that plague all of us He comes to terms with his mortality and his insignificance in the face of history and time We are all of us only here a brief time and we need to make the most of it All is ephemeral both memory and the object of memory The book moves into discussions over the temporary nature of things of Banned in Britain relationships and friendships and feelings Everything changes given enough time even memories and their Hour of the Beast ramifications Aurelius soul searches He writes these words during times of peace and war during times of duty and heart ache though his tone Dictionary Of Dreams rarely changes He The Love of a Latino remains detached and accepting of destiny and where it may take him From this he ponders how to give life meaning and purposeAurelius suggests that one of the ways we can do this is through work Other Days, Other Eyes real work and toil as we strive to meet our goals He suggests that it is an edifying pursuit to serve the development of humanity It gives life meaning and purpose as we work and improve He also argues for the creation of art and that in attaining it it s one of the greatest pursuits we can follow because of how it benefits mankind I agree with so many of the sentiments in here and those that challenged my own beliefs got me thinking about the nature of life

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Y tras ser adoptado por Antonio Pío lo sucedió como emperador ocupando el cargo desde el año 161 hasta su Someone lent me this because they thought it might help me feel betterchange my thinking I was like sure I ll give it a chance but like sorry to say it did nothing I feel as though many of the things in there that might be helpful are things I ve already gotten elsewhere by this point or attitudes I already hold Also I m not sure but was this written at the end of his life because he just seems like he s mostly grappling with his impending mortality and what it means to be alive and how one can live in the right way I personally couldn t care less about being dead so I m not sure that s something I found resonated with me it might for others though Also just a lot of determinism and mindbody duality in there neither of which I personally believe to be true so that didn t endear me to it What I m trying to say is I can see why this might help other people in their own thinkinglearning to cope with being alive but it just didn t do it for me It wasn t terrible but like I never wouldve picked this up on my own honestly The Coquette and the Boarding School right way I personally couldn t care less about being dead so I m not sure that s something I found Imagimorphia resonated with me it might for others though Also just a lot of determinism and mindbody duality in there neither of which I personally believe to be true so that didn t endear me to it What I m trying to say is I can see why this might help other people in their own thinkinglearning to cope with being alive but it just didn t do it for me It wasn t terrible but like I never wouldve picked this up on my own honestly