I’m currently reading, “The good life: what makes a life worth living?” (Hugh Mackay, 2013, Macmillan)
Very thought provoking.
For example, chew on this quote from p. 14: “… What is most important to well-being: the quality of relationships … Which, ideally, contribute to a deep and enduring sense of intrinsic worth and existential certainty. As Goethe warned, things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least.”
(My Italics and underlining)
(from Auckland, NZ)