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Meaning of Life

According to the Great and the Good

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The Meaning of Life: According to the Great and the Good by Richard Kinnier
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Ten themes emerged from the study: Life is to be enjoyed; We are here to help others; The meaning of life is a mystery; Life is meaningless; We are here to serve God; Life is a struggle; We are here to contribute to society; We are here to seek wisdom and self-actualisation; We must create meaning for ourselves; and Life is absurd. Using the study as a basis, this book contains an eclectic mix of 250 quotations. Some are profound, others are witty - all of them are true.

Author Biography

Richard Kinnier is a professor of counselling psychology at Arizona State Univeristy in the USA. His research interests include topics related to values and the meaning of life.
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September 7th, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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