I have finally finished Thoughts of Marcus as a special thanks to Tim Ferriss for leading the way as someone to look up to and compliment his work with my own favorite stoic master (Marcus Aurelius). This also is a gift to all the lifelong learners.
Thoughts of Marcus: Written to Self is meant to be applied and used to build a structure or as Tim would say “an operating system”. As much chaos and noise that there is, I feel as if philosophy can help cut through all the noise and give purpose in one’s life. I have included many educational links in the beginning to help dive into the philosophy if you are new or as a refresher.
I hope you enjoy stoic philosophy and find it as life-changing as Tim, I, and many other high thriving individuals have found this to be. Share The Love.
“TO ALL THE FREESH MINDS,
Enter Tim Ferris to Explain Tao of Seneca & How to Send to Kindle
My team and I have been working on this for more than six months, and it’s finally finished!
The Tao of Seneca: Letters from a Stoic Master is a small thank-you gesture to all of you — three volumes of Stoic writing starring Seneca, complete with original illustrations, profiles of modern Stoic figures, interviews, original Japanese and Chinese calligraphy to match themes, and much more. It’s totally free and you can download the PDFs below. Sharing is encouraged. Kindle versions are coming shortly, but it’s easy to get the PDFs on your Kindle now (instructions below).
I hope you find Seneca’s wisdom as life-changing as I have. I also owe a very special thanks to my entire team and all of the contributors who took part in the project. Thank you!
If interested, I also turned Seneca’s letters into an audiobook series (paid). I often listen to one letter (5-15 minutes each) while walking to coffee in the morning. You can find it here: The Tao of Seneca.
For Those Interested: How to Put a PDF on Your Kindle
Below is a breakdown (directly copied from Amazon with my comments in [brackets]) on how you can easily email a PDF document and upload to your Kindle.
1. You and your approved contacts can send documents to your registered Kindle devices, free Kindle reading applications, and your Kindle Library in the Amazon Cloud by e-mailing them to your Send-to-Kindle e-mail address ([name]@kindle.com).
2. Your Send-to-Kindle e-mail address is a unique e-mail address assigned to each of your Kindle devices and free Kindle reading applications upon registration.How to send a document to your Kindle:
To find your Send-to-Kindle e-mail address, visit the Manage your Devices page at Manage Your Kindle. [TIM: To skip to the part you need, go to the “Settings” tab and then scroll down to “Personal Document Settings.” That will be true if you click on any of the links in these instructions.]
Documents can only be sent to your Kindle devices or apps from e-mail accounts that you added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List. To add an e-mail account, visit the Personal Document Settings page.
To send a document to your Kindle device or app, simply attach it to an e-mail addressed to your Send-to-Kindle e-mail.
[TIM: Note that the above does NOT work for the Kindle app on Mac desktop. If you want to read a PDF in that app, go to “File” –> “Import PDF…” and you’re off to the races.]
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