Feb 25, 2019
In Personal development essentials podcast episode 28, Agi and Paul continue their conversation about Stoic philosophy. They discuss about how expectations can be obstacles to living, about the concept of living immediately, as well as on how the “premeditation of evil” can help us deal with our fears. They also talk about the “Memento Mori” concept - the practice of reflecting on our own mortality - and how essential it is to live our lives being conscious of it, rather than trying not to think about it.
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“The greatest obstacle to living is expectation, which hangs upon tomorrow, and wastes today. The whole future lies in uncertainty: live immediately!”
“It is impossible for a man to learn what he thinks he already knows.”
“Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one.”