Day 9 – Plato’s Charioteer and Your End Goal

Lesson: Plato describes a charioteer driving a chariot pulled by two horses. The first horse is noble and obedient, representing our spirit or higher aspirations. The second horse is unruly and disobedient, symbolizing our base appetites and desires. The charioteer, representing reason, must guide these horses to move forward effectively. In our context, you areContinue reading Day 9 – Plato’s Charioteer and Your End Goal

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