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No One You Love Is Ever Dead: Hemingway on the Most Devastating of Losses and the Meaning of Life
No One You Love Is Ever Dead: Hemingway on the Most Devastating of Losses and the Meaning of Life

“We must live it, now, a day at a time and be very careful not to hurt each other.”

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John Gardner on the Key to Self-Renewal Across Life and the Art of Making Rather Than Finding Meaning
John Gardner on the Key to Self-Renewal Across Life and the Art of Making Rather Than Finding Meaning

“The potentialities you develop to the full come as the result of an interplay between you and life’s challenges.”

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The Wild Iris: Nobel Laureate Louise Glück on the Door at the End of Your Suffering
The Wild Iris: Nobel Laureate Louise Glück on the Door at the End of Your Suffering

“Whatever returns from oblivion returns to find a voice.”

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How to Tell Love from Desire: José Ortega y Gasset on the Chronic Confusions of Our Longing
How to Tell Love from Desire: José Ortega y Gasset on the Chronic Confusions of Our Longing

“Loving is perennial vivification… a centrifugal act of the soul in constant flux that goes toward the object and envelops it in warm corroboration, uniting us with it and positively affirming its being.”

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Shame and the Secret Chambers of the Self: Pioneering Sociologist and Philosopher Helen Merrell Lynd on the Uncomfortable Path to Wholeness
Shame and the Secret Chambers of the Self: Pioneering Sociologist and Philosopher Helen Merrell Lynd on the Uncomfortable Path to Wholeness

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