The Gift in Every Day: Little Lessons on Living a Big Life

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Sourcebooks, Incorporated, Dec 31, 2005 - Philosophy - 135 pages
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Everyone wants to be happy, and the path to happiness lies in fulfilling a purpose in life. The Gift in Every Day is a great guide to living every day with purpose. It takes the unique perspective of contemplating, with satisfaction and gratitude, the touchstones, mile markers, and events that create a life worth living. It will help you to decide:

--What's most important to you right now.
--Where do you want to really make an impact? In your family, your community, your marriage, in the larger world?
--How can your relationships be the greatest they can be?
--What are the things you want to make sure you do in your life?

Warm, inspiring and fun, these mini-essays, short lists, inspiring quotations and musings help you discover how to live the wise, compassionate life you've always dreamed of living--starting today!

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Contents

A Quest for Impact
1
Death and Innocence
15
Life Happens
31
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

David Avrin has worked as the spokesperson and/or promotions director for such large organizations as the Denver City Health Department and the Denver Children's Hospital. He has been the personal publicist for such high-profile individuals, celebrities and authors as NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski, bestselling authors Drs. Mike and Mary Dan Eades and U.S. Senate candidate Brad Freedberg. As a Visibility Coach, he trains professionals to create brands and raise their public profile. He also runs his own PR firm, the Avrin Public Relations Group. He lives in Littleton, Colorado.

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