The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius: Book 3 - Passage 15

Episode 37,  Jul 13, 05:46 PM

A passage that leads to why the thief or one who causes harm without receiving justice will suffer in the long run.  What we have always known as karma, is not just a random thing, we now have science that can explain how that lack of justice for a unjust act will manifest and harm the perpetrator who does not receive justice and Marcus knew this to be so over 1500 years ago!

Be sure to checkout the 4 part video series I have recently created and upload to YouTube - The Republic for Modern Life which is mentioned in the intro!

Part 1 - History of the Occult and Revolutionary Feminism in Leeds

Part 2 - The 2000 year war: Christianity, Paganism and Philosophy

Part 3:
Politics and the wrath of the Furies

Part 4 - The Final Act: The Leeds Witch and the death of Socrates

The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius offer a remarkable series of spiritual reflections and exercises developed as the emperor struggled to understand himself and make sense of the universe. While the Meditations were composed to provide personal consolation and encouragement, Marcus Aurelius also created one of the greatest of all works of philosophy: a timeless collection that has been consulted and admired by statesmen, thinkers and readers throughout the centuries.  Whilst many of his reflections and ways to live life were based on the teachings of earlier philosophers from the Socratics to the early Stoics, Marcus Aurelius strove to live his life by the principles of his philosophy and in his Meditations articulated those views in a way that remains one of the greatest books of wisdom to have graced the Earth. Presented by Adam Bates

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