Life – and how to think about it
Why am I here? What’s the meaning of life? How should I live?
Life is complicated. But most of us are given no guidance in how to approach it. Until now! This book is the user’s manual for life that you’ve always wanted.
You are a medium-sized creature living on a small planet in a vast universe. You will be alive for a few decades and will then cease to exist. In this stunning book, Richard Docwra shows how you can make the most of this brief period of living by approaching it in a thoughtful and well-informed way.
He explores 10 big questions – including ‘What does it mean to be alive?, ‘How should I treat others?’ and ‘How should I think about death?’ – that will change the way you see everything, and give you a renewed sense of curiosity, direction and passion for life. It is essential reading for anyone who wants to make the most of the unique and finite opportunity they have to exist.
It gives you a map to help you navigate life in a well-informed and thoughtful way – whether you’re 8 or 80 years old!
““A really excellent little book. Simple and no-nonsense but written and designed to have a big impact on your quality of life. I recommend it!” Andrew Copson, Chief Executive, Humanists UK