'If we focus on the meaning and purpose of our lives, we might acquire a better way of living.'
In this insightful book, Julia Neuberger considers what it is that makes life worthwhile. Drawing upon her considerable experience as a religious leader and social reformer, passionately concerned with the issues that affect society's wellbeing, she offers practical ways to give our own lives a renewed sense of significance and direction.
From celebrating friends and family, to surviving hardship and loss, to assessing the relative value of possessions, and the benefits of being as tough as we are kind to ourselves, Julia Neuberger shows how to reconnect with the things in life that really matter to us. It is, she explains, possible to live a life with few regrets, in which we get our priorities right and create a legacy which will live on long after we are gone - yet which will make life all the more rewarding here and now.