In this episode Simon dives into three verses from Seneca’s first epistle which grapple with the complexities of time and death. Seneca’s ideas around death and the value of our time are not only inspiring, but they are also deeply thought-provoking and practical. After listening to this episode consider consulting with yourself about the feelings you associate with death. Does knowledge of death inspire you? Does it frighten you? Is it a bit of both? How does Seneca’s take change the way you think and feel?
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