Expressing Love--Pursuing Truth--Experiencing Beauty by Dr. Paul Hatherley
Timeless Steps to the Ultimate Satisfaction--A Meaningful Life

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Someone once said, “Life is a mystery and death is forever.” If you see this is true, then you may also see that expressing love, pursuing truth, and experiencing beauty are timeless keys to making ordinary life internally meaningful. We often act as if we believe the cliché that the person who dies with the most toys wins, but the truth is that the person who lives with the most meaning dies the most complete and fulfilled. In this book, you will learn how to build self-worth, create intimacy, define conscious purposes, feed internal needs, and fulfill internal potentials. These are the universal prerequisites to making any human life profoundly satisfying and internally meaningful.

About Dr. Paul Hatherley

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Dr. Paul Hatherley has a PhD in psychology. He has studied English literature, history, religion, and philosophy. He has also explored Eastern thought as represented by Chinese Taoism, Indian Buddhism, and Japanese Zen. In addition, for over twenty years, Dr. Hatherley practiced psychotherapy and for the past ten years has offered education in mental and emotional development. Throughout his career, Dr. Hatherley has been exploring one key question, What, if anything, will make human life internally meaningful? Happily, the answer to this key question is provided by learning how to express love, pursue truth, and experience beauty. Eventually every real experience of lasting value and internal meaning can be traced back to one of these three activities. Dr. Hatherley currently resides in La Jolla, California, where he offers workshops, month-long classes, and individual sessions that help people become internally fulfilled individuals; as well as satisfying mates, competent parents, and real friends.
Published June 23, 2011 by BalboaPress. 142 pages
Genres: Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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