Today’s Daily Stoic Meditation outlines that only you can save yourself.

Find your philosophy, find your passion and just go for it.

“Stop wandering about! You aren’t likely to read your own notebooks, or ancient histories, or the anthologies you’ve collected to enjoy in your old age. Get busy with life’s purpose, toss aside empty hopes, get active in your own rescue — if you care for yourself at all — and do it while you can. — MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 3.14”

Go For It

Just go for it.

Find what you love and go for it.

Jump right in.

Don’t let anything hold you back.

What have you got to lose?

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Today’s Daily Stoic Meditation outlines that reminders are pivotal.

Remind yourself of death, and of the little time you have left.

Further, do something that leaves a reminder.

“Everything lasts for a day, the one who remembers and the remembered.”

Remind Yourself Of Death

Remind yourself of death.

Remember that you do not have forever.

Memento Mori

Memento mori; the ancient practice of meditating on your death.

This is a practice that encourages you to think of your death — not constantly or obsessively, but enough to put things into perspective.

It encourages you to think about your death, as hopes that you will seize the current moment and make the most of it.

Do Something

Do something that helps people remember you.

Make a big change.

Do something grand.

Be memorable.

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Sam M

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