Stoic Life Calendar

Stoic Life Calendar

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Stoic Life Calendar is a simple and lightweight stoic calendar made in vanilla Notion, that integrates weekly mortality reminders directly into your digital space.

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What is a "Stoic Life Calendar?"

It is a calendar that works differently than our regular calendar. It's a calendar that shows you the amount of time you have lived, and the amount of time you probably have left.

It is based on the Stoic principle of "Memento Mori" which translates to "remembering death". An ancient roman stoic puts it very nicely when he says:

“It is not death that a man should fear, but rather he should fear never beginning to live.”
—Marcus Aurelius

By having your stoic calendar integrated into your digital workspace, you're going to to visit it every week, and as you check off another one lived, you're be reminded of how much of your life you've already lived. In return, letting you appreciate it even more.

Many stoics all over the world practice meditating on a taboo subject like death. It helps them to see life from a different perspective by acknowledging what cannot be evaded.

I hope you sincerely enjoy the Stoic Calendar.

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How can I duplicate the template?

Once you're on the Notion page, you will have the button "duplicate" on top-right. Click on it and choose your workspace. Your template should be there in a few instants 🎉

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What is a "Stoic Life Calendar?"

It is a calendar that works differently than our regular calendar. It's a calendar that shows you the amount of time you have lived, and the amount of time you probably have left.

It is based on the Stoic principle of "Memento Mori" which translates to "remembering death". An ancient roman stoic puts it very nicely when he says:

“It is not death that a man should fear, but rather he should fear never beginning to live.”
—Marcus Aurelius

By having your stoic calendar integrated into your digital workspace, you're going to to visit it every week, and as you check off another one lived, you're be reminded of how much of your life you've already lived. In return, letting you appreciate it even more.

Many stoics all over the world practice meditating on a taboo subject like death. It helps them to see life from a different perspective by acknowledging what cannot be evaded.

I hope you sincerely enjoy the Stoic Calendar.