Power of Meaning: Crafting a Life That Matters
The Power of Meaning: Crafting a Life That Matters
This astute, mixing book contends that the scan for significance can unfathomably extend our lives and is significantly more satisfying than the quest for individual joy.
There is a myth in our way of life that the look for significance is some obscure interest that you need to go to a removed religious community or page through dusty volumes to make sense of life s extraordinary mystery. Actually, there are undiscovered wellsprings of significance surrounding us ideal here, at this moment. Drawing on the most recent research in positive brain science; on experiences from George Eliot, Viktor Frankl, Aristotle, the Buddha, and other extraordinary personalities; and on meetings with searchers of significance, Emily Esfahani Smith lays out the four columns whereupon importance rests.
Having a place We all need to discover our tribe and manufacture connections in which we feel comprehended, perceived, and esteemed to know we matter to others.
Reason We all need a sweeping objective that propels us, fills in as the sorting out standard of our lives, and drives us to make a commitment to the world.