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The Real Meaning of Life
by David Seaman
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Unlike most personal growth books, The Real Meaning of Life is not written by an expert, nor is it the culmination of painstaking self-study or a sudden breakthrough. The book collects the insights of everyday people who responded to David Seaman's simple query, "What is the meaning of life?" typed into an online forum on a laptop at Starbucks. To his surprise, a flood of responses came. Some suggested "boobies and beer," but Seaman found that most were much more thoughtful -- so much so that he created a website and now this book to collect the best of them. From thousands of respondents -- including Buddhists, born-again Christians, atheists, waitresses, students, and recovering heart attack patients -- come incredibly diverse wisdom that can be aphoristic ("Be grease, not glue"), philosophical ("There is no point to life, and that is exactly what makes it so special"), or whimsical ("Me, I'm going snowboarding").
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