A simple app that serves as a daily nudge to think and evaluate one’s life. Everyday acts of questioning and reflection can lead to new perspectives on a situation or problem. Thus enabling a person to make better decisions.
Given the time, small improvements each day will become prominent. Quotes are taken as a reflection of those who interpret them, and only those who know themselves can take the right action.
The intent isn’t to change anyone’s opinion, as it’s nearly impossible, but the user can use the reference like a finger to the moon. Use it to see where it’s going by investigating ourselves.
Don’t focus on the fingers or you’ll miss all the heavenly glory that Bruce Lee said. Again, I hope it helps people who use the app.
You may be looking for wisdom to guide the meaning of inspiration, or just want to enjoy these people’s thoughts on what or what life might mean to life from ancient times to modern times.
✔ Learn from over 5000 citations from 75 authors.
✔ There are 101 question corners.
✔ Dark Mode.
✔ Save your favorite quotes.
✔ Share the best quotes with your loved ones.
✔ Share quotes as pictures.
✔ Full text search experience.
✔ Pin your favorite quotes to the dashboard.
✔ Daily quote notifications.
✔ Daily quote notifications are saved for up to 7 days.
✔ Full screen quote customization.
✔ View offline without internet connection.
✔ Feel free to read quotes aloud.
✔ Search available.
✔ Backup your bookmarks and categories.
✔ Minimalist user interface.
✔ A better quote viewing experience.
✔ A collection of grouped authors with similar ideas.
✔ Sticky notifications and fixed offer options available every morning.
✔ Quote light bulbs to indicate possible details.
✔ Quotes can be pinned and it will appear in the dashboard.
✔ Resources to learn about Buddhism, Taoism, Stoicism, Zen, and life in general.
The app contains 75 authors, the philosopher King Marcus Aurelius on the Stoicism of Socrates, who is considered the founder of Western philosophy, and Carl Jung to help us uncover human consciousness.
Alan Watts helps explain and popularize Eastern religions and philosophies to Western audiences. Dharma is the founder of Zen Buddhism. In the end, Krishnamurti asks us to be our own light and not rely on any fiction.
There are enough authors in it to start your journey to find yourself in this vast world. Not as a tool to cement one’s own views, but to be open to other views and what they might point to. Investigate and observe the self.
PS: From the creator of the app
The app is the result of my own introspective journey as I was confused and distressed by the burnout I suffered at my previous workplace. But I’m fine, much better now. My journey has allowed me to think more clearly, discern better and bring me closer to reality than when I first started.
I’d like to give others a way to implement this themselves. So they can slowly remove the confusion, because a cluttered mind can lead to a more chaotic state. So trapped in a never-ending circle, not knowing what the hell is going on.
After using the app, if you find it useful to you. Be sure to share it with your friends and give it a good review.
Tamago Media Lab