He gives his sole attention to how he might carry out his own activities, and attends continually to his own strand in the whole web; he makes sure that his own activities are done rightly, and he is convinced that his own strand in the web is good.
Marcus Aurelius, Meditations 3.4
Caleb and Michael do a close reading of Meditations 3.2 - 3.4.
Chris Gill’s Translation: https://amzn.to/4330B8H
(04:16) Meditations 3.2
(16:17) Meditations 3.3
(27:54) Meditations 3.4
(35:46) Continuing 3.4
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Thanks to Michael Levy for graciously letting us use his music in the conversations.