The below originally appeared in our August 24, 2020 Monday Meditation newsletter. If you wish to sign up to receive our Monday Meditations, please sign up here. In Donald Robertson’s latest book, How to Think Like a Roman Emperor, he quotes
As of this writing, the majority of the world is in isolation due to the COVID-19 virus which is sweeping across each continent. This has provided many a unique opportunity: there’s now time to catch up on things that have
This is part 22 in our series of aphorisms by Publilius Syrus who was a big influence on Seneca and his own work. He is quoted by Seneca in two of his letters to Lucilius, On the Value of Advice
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