My book, to be published shortly, is all about the road to happiness, which we are all looking for.
The book gives each of us three vantage points for reaching happiness: 1) intellectual ideas, theories, and research from great thinkers, laying out the roadmap for all of us to use, 2) works from the masters of the fine arts that validate the roadmap of the thinkers and inspire all of us forward in life, and 3) the vehicle within each of us that is needed to travel the road with the map in hand and inspiration by our side.
The classicists, especially those studying the myths, do a good job of explaining how to find happiness based on the adventures of past heroes. But they are vague as to what needs to be done to prepare for the adventure. They are very good at locating the road around the corner leading to the blue horizon, but are vague as to how to get to the corner to begin the adventure.
The classicists discuss the myths in great detail and with great insight. But they are very vague as to what is needed to prepare for the adventure. My book has the answer.
More to come.