Memento Mori Stoic Reminder 4+

You could leave life right now

Chris Fitzgerald

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.3 • 3 Ratings
    • Free

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The best Memento Mori countdown calendar for your phone
- Customize for birthdate and life expectancy
- Daily alert with a Stoic reflection
- A different key Stoic insight for every day of the week

"This is our big mistake: to think we look forward to death. Most of death is already gone. Whatever time has passed is owned by death." - Seneca

"You could leave life right now, let that determine what you do and say and think." - Marcus Aurelius

"What is death? A scary mask. Take it off - see, it doesn't bite. Eventually, body and soul will have to separate, just as they existed separately before we were born. So why be upset if it happens now? If it isn't now, it's later." - Epictetus

No philosophy is as simple, applicable, relevant, and effective as Stoicism.
You don’t need to spend time reading the original texts from Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, and Epictetus to benefit from this wisdom. Just a sentence can help you change your perspective, control your emotions, or point you in the right direction.
A key Stoic exercise is to meditate on your mortality. Each one of us is given a diagnosis the moment we are born and it’s terminal. The question is not if but when. Carpe Diem, Memento Vivere, Memento Mori. They all really mean the same thing. This moment will end, just as all will. Death is not something in the future. Every second that passes belongs to death.
So what do you do with each of these moments? A short daily reflection will provide a bit of guidance to help you answer that question for yourself.

What’s New

Version 1.1.1

Set your birthday and life expectancy to view a personalized Memento Mori calendar

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Azimuth124 ,

Love the look and feel, but..

I’m trying to calculate my end of life be 80 years old and it simply defaults to 85 no matter what I do. No big deal really but it is one of the main points of the app.

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