published by Watkins Publishing
How do our emotions, our desires, our imagination and our understanding of our ever-changing relationship with meaning help us to define and understand what happiness really means and what really matters? Drawing on literary and philosophical sources ranging from "Alice in Wonderland", "Winnie The Pooh" and "The Little Prince" to Descartes and Nietzche. Haim Shapira invites us to challenge our perspectives on happiness and provides us with alternative ways we may view what is important. As Haim concludes, it is the spaces in between the possible paths that we might take, where we are able to find a place of grace that the important things that matter to us will light our way. The choice is ours.
Dr. Haim Shapira is an expert in game theory and a popular public speaker. Haim holds PHDs iin Mathematical Genetics and Science Education from Tel-Aviv University, where his is currently a senior lecturer. He teaches mathematics, psychology, philosophy and literature and is the author of several books.
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