A meaningful life is close to, but at points importantly different from, a happy life. Here are some of its ingredients.
Many of us are wandering the earth, accomplished in many ways, capable of fulfillment at points, but with a fundamental wound that stops us from becoming who we might be: we don’t quite know who we are. It isn’t, of course, that we can’t remember the basics of our biographies. We’re unsure around two things in particular: we don’t have a stable sense of what we are worth, and we don’t have a secure hold on our own values or judgments. Read along to know the underrated but the strongest quality one can have effortlessly.