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I am a middle-aged secular humanist struggling to find meaning as my life heads downhill. This book has given me considerable hope with alternative goals to pursue
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
This book concerns itself more with the white western existence and lack of meaning that the modern lifestyle creates.
Not much use for the non-white, immigrant or "other", whose meaning is in part derived from our low status within this (western) society.
We see life very differently wherever we are and subsequently nearly never have to ask this question.
Nevertheless a good educational book with 1st class narration.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I decided to listen to this book after hearing Emily Esfehani Smith's TED talk and wanting to know more about the four pillars of meaning. The book delivers so much in terms of thought-provoking ideas, fascinating research, compelling stories of real individuals' experiences and practical ideas to apply to one's own life to cultivate more meaning. It was so refreshing after being inundated by the 'cult of happiness' in so many other books. Plus, the narrator has a soothing, sensitive voice that is just a joy to listen to.
A genuine life-changer.
a very interesting and helpful book to help give meaning to your life. also very well read audibly.