In your own time: how to live for today the philosophical way
What’s gone is gone, but don’t waste time worrying about that. Or on what comes next. The ideal way to age is to be in the moment
"Arguably the most useless observation ever made by an ancient Greek philosopher – putting aside, for now, Pythagoras’s theory that fava beans contained the souls of the dead – was Epicurus’s argument that we shouldn’t fear death, because we won’t be around when it happens."
Thoughts on this article?
Mine? First blush: Surprising number of words and still mostly content-free. This is what passes for "insightful prose"??