Marcus Aurelius was an Emperor of Rome. He was also a wise, Stoic philosopher. He might be more remembered for his writings than what he did as a political and military leader.
His understanding of discipline and how you can grow in virtue only through channeling liberty for good is one that strikes a cord with me. I think that in an emotionally-driven culture, we can use some more stoicism and cold rationality as we discuss the relevant topics today.
142. Don’t Attribute To Stupidity That Which Is Proven To Be Malice – Conversation of Our Generation
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- 141. Book Review | Freedom of Religion Decisions of the United States by Maureen Harrison & Steve Gilbert
- 140. Secularism, America’s Established Church
- 139. Book Review | Art of War by Sun Tzu
- 137. Book Review | Villains of the Early Church by Mike Aquilina