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Wednesday, 25 November 2020


**“Don’t look for the third thing.” - Marcus Aurelius**

Marcus Aurelius breaks down a good deed into two positive results:

1. You did good

2. You helped another

The first positive result is that *you* did good. Every good deed is a vote towards ourselves becoming better human beings.  The second is that your actions helped *another*. Whether big or small, you’ve benefitted another human being today.

There is a “third thing” that one can seek, and it was Marcus strongly speaks against: credit.

When one contributes with a good deed, doing right by oneself, and doing rigiht by another, is enough. The desire to receive praise for such an action is the pitfall he warns against. To go around expecting thanks is what he deems as greedy, which can trickle into other areas of life.




27/21 Calorie Row

21 Power Snatches (75/55)

21 Bar Facing Burpees

Rest 4 Minutes


21/15 Calorie Row

15 Power Snatches (95/65)

15 Bar Facing Burpees

Rest 4 Minutes


15/9 Calorie Row

9 Power Snatches (115/85)

9 Bar Facing Burpees

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