Fate Audio Series
Format: broadcast-quality MP3
Total Run-Time: 132 minutes
File Size: 96 MB
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|The Fate Audio Series, written and narrated by our founding director, Philip Golabuk, offers ancient wisdom for meeting the challenges of modern living and transforming them into golden opportunities, greater self-knowledge, renewed purpose and direction, and an abiding inner strength. These are the priceless benefits of “fate practice,” the path of befriending fate and walking the path of excellence described in the teachings of the Stoics laid out in our core self-study curriculum, The Well-Ordered Soul. Listeners can receive immediate practical benefit from these programs whether or not they have any previous experience in philosophy.
The Fate Audio Series includes two titles:
The total run-time for these broadcast-quality presentations is well over two hours.
|Click the button in the players below to listen to excerpts from the Fate Audio Series or in the progress bar to jump forward or backward in the track. Clicking the thumbnail brings up a lightbox view of the album artwork.
GOING ON THREE LEGS
Befriending Fate in the Age of Hubris
THE GOOD LIFE
Walking the Path of Excellence
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|The Fate Audio Series is delivered in popular MP3 format. MP3 files can be played on an iPod or other MP3 player, in iTunes (free from Apple) or other MP3-compatible software on Mac and Windows computers, and in web browsers with an MP3 plug-in.|
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