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About our cover THINKING IT THROUGH
Lifestyles—how do we really want to live?
It may look like an easy question to answer—at least until we get serious about what we most want. Probably everyone has wished off the top of the head for the "lifestyle of the rich and famous." Who hasn't salved conscience with the vague possibility of being able to help others—quite soon after we've helped ourselves!
But the question isn't something for whiling away the hours. We're living right now, and so we already have a lifestyle, like it or not, even if we haven't thought of it in those terms. What kind of lifestyle is it? Does it leave us feeling fulfilled or empty? Is it the one we actually want?
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