One of the key principles of Stoicism is the idea that we should be grateful for what we have, rather than focusing on what we lack.
Memento Mori reminds us of death’s inveitability.
This reminder can serve as a powerful motivator to live a good and fulfilling life, and can help us to appreciate the time we have and make the most of it.
By embracing this idea and being grateful for what we have, we can learn to stop being ungrateful for having so little life and instead be grateful that we were given any life at all.
It is important to remember that nothing in life is ever guaranteed, and that we must make the most of the time we have while we have it.
Life is fleeting and uncertain, and we never know when our time will come to an end.
By being grateful for what we have and making the most of the time we have, we can live a life that is fulfilling and meaningful.
We can stop being ungrateful for having so little life and instead be grateful for the life we have been given.