A Search for Meaning: Towards a New Psychology of Fulfillment
The author of the million-seller "Conversationally Speaking" takes an incredible physical and spiritual journey in the eternal search for meaning in our lives. Deciding to seek out wise men and women, he travelled to Japan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Burma, India and Australia. Join him on his wondrous quest -- and let it help guide you in your own search.
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