These articles are on Greek philosophy—the timeless wisdom expressed through the writings of the Ancient Greek philosophers, which when understood and applied, has the power to create miracles in your life. From Pythagoras to Heraclitus and from Homer to Plato, the Greeks have left us a legacy of untold wealth. The two key Delphic maxims alone—"Know Thyself" and "Nothing in Excess"—are two of the most powerful instructions any human being can follow. To know yourself is to know your True Self—the I AM. And do not confuse avoiding the extremes with mediocrity. To avoid the extremes is to master the Universal Laws of Polarity and Rhythm.
These articles focus on Greek philosophy in the context of the power of the mind, the nature of reality and right living. No knowledge about life, and more specifically how to live a good life, is complete without that of the knowledge passed down to us by the Greek philosophers! Being Greek myself, has given me the opportunity to study the Greek philosophers in the original language of Ancient Greek. I hope to be able to convey the knowledge I have gained in these articles and encourage you to read them.
The Golden Verses of Pythagoras: Pythagoras' Golden Verses are a cornerstone of right living. They are Pythagoras' maxims or instructions for a virtuous life, providing the principle rules of conduct and a virtuous foundation for every human being seeking to live a more rewarding life, worthy of being called Human first, and then Divine.
"I have never come across someone who could inspire more respect than the Greek Philosophers."—Friedrich Nietzsche
"What the mind and the heart is for a human being, Greece is for humanity."—Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
"I have always been far more interested in them [the Greeks] than in science."—Albert Einstein