Pondering Questions is One of the Best Ways to Learn About the Real You

If you do not know yourself, you are living the unexamined life.

Socrates warned us that the unexamined life is not worth living.

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I have written and we have covered the importance of living a life of purpose and meaning.

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I grew up in New York, lived in Vermont for a decade, and then moved to Texas for twenty years. I am currently a school teacher a blogger and a podcaster.

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John Halstead

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I grew up in New York, lived in Vermont for a decade, and then moved to Texas for twenty years. I am currently a school teacher a blogger and a podcaster.

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