History of Memento Mori - dailystoic.com

The Stoics used Memento Mori to invigorate life, and to create priority and meaning. They treated each day as a gift, and reminded themselves constantly to not waste any time in the day on the trivial and vain. ROMANS. Memento Mori is believed to have originated from an ancient Roman tradition.…

What Is Memento Mori? - The Daily Stoic

Stoicism Videos Search Memento Mori — (Latin: remember you will die)–is the ancient practice of reflection on our mortality that goes back to Socrates, who said that the proper practice of philosophy is “about nothing else but dying and being dead.”…

Memento Mori – Daily Stoic Store

" Memento Mori" is a Latin phrase which translates to “remember that you will die.” As a philosophical concept, it's been at the forefront of work by Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, and Epictetus. As an artistic concept, it has inspired some of the most famous paintings in history.…

History of Memento Mori Art - dailystoic.com

Memento Mori is a Latin term that translates to “remember that you will die,” and has been illustrated in numerous works of art. While the expression may sound somber, the point of Memento Mori is to serve as a reminder of our mortality so as to make best use of the time we have now.…

Memento Mori Pendant – Daily Stoic Store

Daily Stoic is excited to announce an easy way to keep this important thought in mind. A beautiful memento mori pendant, a literal and inescapable reminder that “you could leave life right now.” Each pendant designed in California. One option in sterling silver that is scratch and tarnish resistant and maintains a brilliant silver color. The other is plated with true 14K yellow gold.…