2019 Meditations – Appreciation Post

Hello everyone and welcome back to the blog! Yesterday we talked about my main work that was published this year in The Anti-Judgementalism Handbook, and now it is time to talk about the companion piece; 2019 Mediations.

Marcus Aurelius wrote a series of Mediation which were in the old Latin meaning “letters to myself” and in a way I look to adopt something similar, minus the reasoning. I an writing a series of meditations as a warm up of 1-3 pages, single spaced, on one philosophical topic as a way of getting my mind in the right place to write more in my book. The 2019 Meditations are the first of such yearly incarnations. I write these warm-up essays and I will pick the best ones every year and publish them (after a little grammatical overlook).

Some of these may be random thoughts that I have, a way into my mind, some of them may be book starters and at a later point in time we will all be able to point back at 2019 Meditations and say, oh damn, _____ originated from one of the essays written in 2019 and some of the works may also spawn other essays on the subject.

I will link out at the bottom, much like with yesterday’s post to the page on my site that can send you to Kindle Direct (also available on Apple Books) where for around .99 cents you can purchase the 2019 Mediation. I meant to publish it for free, but Amazon will not let me do it (Apple does though…so it is a free download on IOS, just search Marcus Levis in Apple Books).

This is the book that either will enhance your understanding of my writings after reading AJH, or it is the first taste and you will read this, then decide if you want to spend the roughly $10 to buy AJH, but I hope that you will in order to help out the movement!

Link: https://marcusphilosophy.ca/marcus-levis-books/

PS. After this post, I will only be posting ONCE at the end of each month promoting all of my works (unless I release new ones)!

Published by mlevis1996

24, Father of Anti-Humanist Philosophy (The AntiJudgementalism Handbook (2020) and 2019 Meditations (2020))

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