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Have a “Happy New Year” by Avoiding a Fixation on Happiness

Are you looking forward to the New Year? If not, a shift in your attitude and focus of attention can help.
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Life Doesn't Just Happen to Us

Are you resistant to change? If you want things to stay the same, then something is going to have to change.
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Why Am I Here?

How do you want to be remembered?
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What's the World Coming to?

Where would Aesop be if he had been unable to craft his stories, each fable fitting a definite moral?
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Discovering Meaning Through "The Village"

Do you feel a sense of connection and belonging in your neighborhood and work community?
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From Russia with Love

If we don’t emphasize what connects us, we will be divided.
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To Forgive or Not to Forgive

If you don’t learn from unavoidable suffering, then your life becomes meaningless.
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Lifting the Fog of Fear

The film of your life is still being shot.
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Good Intentions Aren't Enough

In our failures we can find tremendous meaning, and only in meaning do our failures have a useful legacy.
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Answering Life's Call

Do you recognize that you are being questioned by life? Here is some guidance to help you find answers.
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Life’s Imaginary Prison Bars

"Prison bars imagined are no less solid steel."
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True Optimism and the Path to Meaning

Do you believe that life just happens to you? A lesson in true freedom can help you cope.
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The Meaning of Friendship in a Social Networked World*

Do you have relationships through which you are able and willing to disclose your authentic self—close thoughts, intimate feelings, and sensitive vulnerabilities, including fears?
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The Crisis of Meaning

Now is the time to address the crisis of meaning in life, work, and society.