Rogatus (rogātūs) Latin verb. to ask for, request,
“The quality of our lives is determined by the quality of our
ROGATUS invites discussions on everything from challenging
hypotheticals (Would you be willing to never see or talk to your best
friend again for a million dollars?) to inquiries about tastes and
desires (If you could have one new ability, what would it be?). You
could also pose questions to one of our many ROGATUS Groups such
as New Mothers, Romance & Relationships and Health & Wellness;
or even start a Group of your own.
Learn more about family & friends, inspire self-exploration, build
upon new relationships, spark interesting conversations…. the
possibilities are endless….and don’t be surprised to find out that the
thing you end up learning most about is….yourself!
The Death of Socrates, By Jaq Louis D’Avid (1848)
Socrates inspired people to question everything in order to stimulate critical thinking and to illuminate ideas. For this, he was
condemned to death by those with less progressive thinking. In a strange twist of fate and in the calm, stoic way in which he died, he
ironically helped foster a new age of greater understanding and self-discovery.