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On observing your mind

Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations was never meant to be published as a book. It’s a collection of notes, scribbles, and musings he wrote for himself. One of those notes to himself is this: “My mind. What is it? What am I making of it? What am I using it for?” Throughout Meditations, you often see Aurelius asking himself questions. I like this way of thinking because he’s not making any statements or…

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Creator of the Stoic Letter | Author of 7 books and 6 courses at dariusforoux.com

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Darius Foroux

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Creator of the Stoic Letter (new letter comes out every Friday, exclusively on Medium) | My course on wealth building is now free: dariusforoux.com/ws

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