Aurelius - Meditations 4:17: Memento Mori ... but How?


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Don't live as though you were going to live ten thousand years. Fate is hanging over your head; while you have life, while you may, become good.
Talmud Bavli – Shabbos 153a
Rabbi Eliezer says: Do teshuvah one day before your death. Rabbi Eliezer’s students asked him: But does a person know the day he will die? He said to them: All the more so, one should do teshuvah today lest he die tomorrow, and thus, one will spend his entire life in teshuvah. And Shlomo also said in his wisdom: “At all times your clothes should be white, and oil shall not be absent from upon your head” (Koheles 9:8).
R’ Moshe Chaim Luzzatto – Introduction to Mesilas Yesharim
Basore translation of On the Shortness of Life (Seneca)
Gummere translation of Seneca's Letters #101 (pp. 91-95) and #49 (pp. 215-219)
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Stoic texts:
The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius
Letters from a Stoic Master (Seneca)
The Discourses of Epictetus
The Enchiridion (Handbook) of Epictetus
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