“Memento Mori’: A Philosophical Tool For Finding Clarity In Life

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“Memento mori” is the Latin word for ‘remember that you [have to] die’. It’s not a call to despair. It’s a call to appreciate life right now.

It’s an ancient practice of remembering that life is not unlimited and using that knowledge to do everything in your power to live a meaningful and…

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Writer/Curator | Learning | Habits | Productivity | As seen on Forbes, Business Insider & Entrepreneur. For my popular essays, go here: https://thomasoppong.com

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Thomas Oppong

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Writer/Curator | Learning | Habits | Productivity | As seen on Forbes, Business Insider & Entrepreneur. For my popular essays, go here: https://thomasoppong.com

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