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«What you learn today becomes the scaffolding to solving tomorrow’s problem.»
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«We are universe. The universe made us. In a most primordial way, we are cosmological beings.»
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«the ‘threat’ used to reduce participants’ sense of meaning was an essay about the smallness of human life in the vast expanse of time and space»
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«Research has found that having children is terrible for quality of life—but the truth about what parenthood means for happiness is a lot more complicated.»
“There can be no very black melancholy to him who lives in the midst of Nature and has his senses still.”
«People are drawn to the easy and to the easiest side of the easy. But it is clear that we must hold ourselves to the difficult.”»
“Productivity is a trap. Becoming more efficient just makes you more rushed, and trying to clear the decks simply makes them fill up again faster… Since finitude defines our lives… livi…
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Brooke Castillo, the ‘queen’ of life coaching, has convinced her fans they can find meaning and money in the field – but is she selling them an unattainable fantasy?
«Coaching is an entirely unregulated industry – there are no oversight boards, no standard curricula, no codes of ethics; if I wanted to hang out my shingle as a life coach tomorrow, no one would stop me.»
Let’s just figure out the meaning of life, once and for all, in under 20 minutes, OK?
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