The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius: Book 3 - Passage 16

Episode 38,  Jul 15, 04:12 PM

The final passage of book 3!

I could not believe what I read when I opened the book to read this passage!

If you have seen the Republic for Modern Life videos and thus know the details of events in my own life you will have a great context for the amazing ability the universe is showing myself right now to align things.  Those videos are on the same youtube channel as the link below, which is to a more recent video which I uploaded the day prior to recording this podcast, a video discussing why the Chief Crime Commissioner and Deputy Mayor of West Yorkshire, is using the Police Force as part of the agenda outlined in the Republic for Modern Life.  Of course the content of that video, if in the right hands will lead to justice for myself and many others resulting in her imprisonment.  It therefore is not a coincidence that she has used the police force once more in an attempt to stop me doing what is right. The same evening, after the video was uploaded, at 11:15pm, the police rang by buzzer and I manage to avoid letting them in as you will hear in this episode.  But it is because of this content that they will now stop at nothing to make sure I am silenced and their lies and corruption stay hidden in Yorkshire and thus attempting to save themselves and their police chief, Alison Lowe, from imprisonment.  It really is incredible for the timing to be such that this passage is read the following day at this time!

Here is the referenced video which was uploaded the day prior to this episode:

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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