Author: Olivia Parrish,
Published: 29.11.21

The Power of Meaning

Feel like you’re getting nowhere in your pursuit of happiness?

In ‘The Power of Meaning’, Emily Esfahani Smith draws on research from different schools of thought to explain how the key to real fulfilment lies in finding meaning – rather than searching for complete happiness.

Using her own experiences and those of literary and historical giants, this is a truly insightful and eye-opening read.

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