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Steve Pavlina Tackles The Meaning of Life

Filed under: Philosophy — Laura Moncur @ 5:00 am

Religion is hard for me. When I threw out the beliefs of my father, I searched for meaning. It seemed like all religions had some good to them, but I was lacking faith. I became an atheist and left it at that. If you are looking for a richer meaning of life with an atheist background, Steve Pavlina might speak to you.

This is the first post of a six-part series. Be forewarned, these are long entries. Don’t expect the meaning of life to be as simple as 42. If Douglas Adams and Aristotle left you a little short, Steve’s got some good ideas for you.



  1. It’s amazing how desires of various people can be manipulated to generate income.

    This below here is a summary of stevepavlina.com.

    “Oh, you want to be disciplined ? Improve your health, your career, your finances, your relationships, your emotions, your habits, and your spiritual beliefs.

    Then read my articles and click my ads and donate me money. Now I shall brag about your stupidity for providing me money.”

    It’s a big scam and almost none of us realizes it.

    Comment by Greg — 7/27/2006 @ 3:06 pm

  2. He provides inspirational articles for free. I’ve never had to pay a dime for his weblog entries, so I’m hard pressed to see how it’s a “scam”.

    Comment by Laura Moncur — 7/27/2006 @ 3:50 pm

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