Dear Classical Wisdom Reader,
How are we best to live our lives?
It’s a big question, maybe too big of a question for a quiet Sunday!
Nevertheless, it’s one that has been asked again and again, across the ages, all the way back to ancient times.
Is it through the attainment of wealth? Or is it through detachment?
We’ve had a bit of a look at both this week here at Classical Wisdom.
First of all, we have an EXCLUSIVE, Members-only e-book on the role money played in the end of the Roman Empire.
Meanwhile, over at Classical Wisdom Kids, we looked at the beginnings of things, through the tale of Romulus and Remus, the mythic founders of Rome.
We also had a fascinating article looking at the unexpected similarities between Stoicism and Buddhism.
Plus, the recording of our event with Myke Cole about the Spartans is now available to Members. It’s a fantastic discussion on a much misunderstood society, that deconstructs some of the major and enduring myths surrounding it.
So whatever your approach to life is - the simplicity of the Spartans, or the opulence of the Roman Empire - we’ve something for you this week!
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That’s it for this week!
All the best,
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