A Life of Meaning

A life of meaning involves a sense that our life matters – from a eulogy perspective rather than a resume perspective, and that we are immersed in things we both love doing and admire.  David Brooks points to three projects as essential to a worthy life:  (1) Be in internal harmony with ourselves, (2) Be in harmony with others, and (3) Commit to some great loves.  How have those projects provided meaning in your life?  Is there more?  If you have a story to share, let Michael know. 

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