This is the mark of perfection of character - to spend each day as if it were your last, without frenzy, laziness, or any pretending.”
Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, 7.69
Because today could be their last, and if they were “caught” not trying in each moment to be their best, they’d believe they’ve failed at life.
525,600 minutes. That’s a lot of opportunity to practice Memento Mori each year. That’s a lot of opportunity to measure our lives.
How are we measuring our days?
(See y’all tomorrow)