The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius
Compiled and Edited by Ben Potter
Foreword and Introductions by Ben Potter, Katherine Kennedy, Donald Robertson, Alex Barrientos

The Meditations (or Things to One’s Self) of Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD) gives you a prescribed way in which you can actually reduce genuine suffering in your life because Rome’s great “philosopher king” lays out a very compelling, very practical way in which you can stop yourself being totally overwhelmed by difficult events.
Indeed, such is the breadth and depth of practical, day-to-day wisdom in the Meditations that one could make a very strong case for it being the most important piece of literature from the entire ancient canon!
This month’s E-book covers it all: the man, the writing, the work, the new-found vogue, useful ways to navigate difficult conversations, as well as the original inspiring words from Marcus Aurelius.