A manifesto for ethical reflections
A former Roman emperor from AD161-180, Mark Aurelius, goes on to advise himself in his journal. A series of 12 books, this piece of Greek and philosophical literature finds resonance with today's readers too, even after centuries. Having gone through the text, you will not be able to stop yourself from revisiting his advice should you find yourself in trouble in any phase of your life. His spiritual exercises, which included reminders to make himself humble, empathetic, generous, patient and strong in the face of adversities, make for an imperative read. You can get an insight into the life and philosophy of the last of the 'Five Good Emperors'.
A masterpiece on philosophy
Replete with insights, wisdom and practical guidance on everything-from the worldly to the spiritual
A self-healing book of epic proportions
A great work of spiritual and ethical reflections
A required reading for statesmen, politicians and strategists alike
A timeless classic on self-help and self-healing