Do you ask yourself what the meaning of your life is? It is not riches nor success that give us the taste for living, but the answer to the question: what is the meaning of my life? This question matters to everyone, and the answer is different for each of one us. Personalities such as Stan Rougier, Marie de Hennezel, Christiane Singer, Ricard Moss, Sheikh Khaled Bentounès and many others tell us in this book what gives meaning to their existence. Through their dialogue, they invite us to not miss out on life. Their paths are many. Some have found meaning in traditions such as zazen, which invites one to find unity with the universe and the meaning of life beyond birth and death; Buddhist meditation, in which meaning comes from letting go and opening up to others; yoga, whose purpose is the fulfilment of the inner being. To Sufis, it is the attention we give to life at its most sacred, to what is essential in us and unites us to all the Creation and the divine. For others, the meaning is in the instant present, the presence to oneself and to others. For others still, we carry it inside us, and trials such as illness can awaken hidden inner strengths that can transform our view of existence.
|Book format||11 x 18 cm|
|Number of pages||156|
|Type of book||Poche|
|Date of publication||02/06/2004|