In the years 160-180 CE, the most powerful man on Earth, Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, wrote a series of private notes to himself recording his insights about what it takes to be a good ruler, a good person, and how to live life as well as possible.
These personal reflections have come to be known as "The Meditations" and survive today as the most enduring teachings of the Stoic philosophy.
The Emperor's unique position at the head of the Roman government and his love of knowledge over pleasure has made this one of the most important books ever written, the ideas have influenced countless leaders through the ages and now you too have the opportunity to learn from one of history's greatest minds:
"Do not act as if thou wert going to live ten thousand years. Death hangs over thee. While thou livest, while it is in thy power, be good." -Marcus Aurelius
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