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It seems strange to observe that so few people are happy, so few people enjoy life, and so few people know what to do about their situation. So many appear to have given up and to have reconciled themselves to unhappiness, so many live out their lives in quiet desperation, and so very many attempt to lose themselves in various activities and pursuits. But even stranger is the observation made by Schweitzer and others that few people really think - about themselves, their relationships, their life goals, and what it's all about. Much of what passes for thinking in everyday life appears to be rationalization, blaming of one's fate or fortunes, projection, self-pity, or even a cleverly presented tirade of jealousy. To find a way of thinking that will help a person find that type of fulfillment that will yield joy, serenity, wisdom, creativity, and power - that will enable him to resolve his own personal turbulences, achieve a deeper interdependence with his fellow man; and gain a sense of the end for which he was created has been labelled the eternal search. This book is not intended for casual reading. It is actually a workbook for those who are sufficiently unhappy with their present lifestyle to spend the time and effort required to gain peace and happiness.
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