Learning to discard the inessential and appreciate the essential
Are we sure that everything we own truly contributes to our happiness? How can we know? According to Dominique Loreau, we need to learn to choose what we really love, what we need, and what we can do without. Whether talking about material possessions or intellectual and spiritual life, we need to relearn what genuinely contributes to our fulfilment, rather than simply accumulating possessions and riches which we do not enjoy... Dominique Loreau urges the reader to rethink their life, and directs us to the conclusion: With too much, we lose ourselves; with little, we find ourselves.
|Editor||J AI LU|
|Number of pages||251|
|Type of book||Poche|
|Dimensions||11 x 18,9|