When I was 15, a church sermon left a mark on me. The priest began with the question ‘Where should we seek God?' Years later, I found my own answer. I believe today that what for centuries was called ‘finding God’ means finding a meaning to one’s life.
A new perspective has emerged from neuroscience in the past 20 years: what gives our lives a sense of richness does not come from reason and intellect. It comes, instead, from a well-balanced emotional brain. And what does a balanced emotional brain need? Above all, strong connections, full relationships. And these can be found in four areas of our lives.