memento mori calendar

Memento Mori: Life Calendar PDF(Free Download)

Memento Mori is a Latin phrase for “remember you’ll die.” This is a powerful concept one can use in everyday life to live life to the fullest.

Some of the greatest people that have ever lived have used this concept to leave this world in a better place than they were introduced to before.

Knowing and realizing that you’ll eventually have to die will help you make wise decisions and not worry about all these little things happening in life.

Memento Mori

Memento Mori Calendar PDF Download

“Memento mori-remember death! These are important words. If we kept in mind that we will soon inevitably die, our lives would be completely different. If a person knows that he will die in a half-hour, he certainly will not bother doing trivial, stupid, or, especially, bad things during this half-hour. Perhaps you have half a century before your die-what makes this any different from a half-hour?

Leo Tolstoy

“Let us prepare our minds as if we’d come to the very end of life. Let us postpone nothing. Let us balance life’s books each day. … The one who puts the finishing touches on their life each day is never short of time.”


Never forget that you must die; that death will come sooner than you expect… God has written the letters of death upon your hands. In the inside of your hands you will see the letters M.M. It means ‘Memento Mori’ – remember you must die.

John Furniss

“You could leave life right now. Let that determine what you do and say and think.”

Marcus Aurelius


  1. Thank you, thank you very much I am very grateful to you for making it free, it helps me to have more perspective on my life.

  2. What a fantastic share, thank you very much! Just printed out a couple extra on some nice cardstock so I can hand these out to my best friends…


    p.s. – it’s kind of soothing dabbin’ away with a permanent marker fillin in the dots… i kinda feel like Bobby Ross!

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