Sunday, August 05, 2012

Our pernicious attachment to feeling good

Here is an excerpt from Finding Meaning In the Second Half of Life: How to Finally, Really Grow Up by James Hollis:
"The central paradox of our current feel-good culture is that we grow progressively more and more uncertain and less and less persuaded that our lives really mean something. Feeling good is a poor measure of a life, but living meaningfully is a good one..."

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