This book considers a range of options for where the meaning of life might lie for us. The first few chapters are anchored around a discussion of eight centrally meaningful activities: love, family, work, friendship, culture, politics, nature, and philosophy. Most are well-known; the point isn’t to identify entirely new sources of meaning so much as to try to evoke and explain some familiar choices. The options should provide orientation, enabling us to find our own preferences or to design alternatives, when we dissent. A meaningful life can be simple in structure, personal, usable, attractive, and familiar. This is book is a guide to it.
This book will empower you to do things that you’ve never done before so that you can get results that you’ve never gotten before and create the life and impact that you’ve always dreamed of it will help you in turning your dream into your reality.
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