Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, Twelfth Book, Part 6

“Let these be the objects of your ordinary thinking: to consider what kind of people both in soul and body we ought to be, when death surprises us, the shortness of our mortal life, the immense vastness of time that came before us, and will be after us, and the impermanent nature of every worldly material object..” 

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