Dear Folks -
Over the years I have revisited, for one reason or another, a work I was first introduced to in 1966. The work I have in mind is Viktor Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning." The Library of Congress claimed it was one of the most influential books of all time.
The talk I gave this week ends referencing this work. I talk about the ongoing responsibility and opportunity we have to find in the moments of "ordinary life" the meaning of our lives. Of course, I sneak in some material that, I hope, contributes to spiritual and religious literacy - as well as to our psychological and spiritual growth.
The audio version of this talk is somewhat different than the printed version. The full text from which I spoke is below. The audio version and the presentation slides are on the Ordinary Life website.
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Download 2:17:13 - Complete text
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Download 2:17:13 - New Ways of Seeing and Being
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