Landmark Essays, Volume 2 continues a wonderful journey to the heart of the matter of our lives, to what matters most. It points out what’s possible if we step outside of what we know, and recognize and embrace our capacity to bring forth an entirely new possibility for living—not because it is better, but simply because that is what human beings can do. Here, Landmark insights, literary nuggets, and contemporary science are juxtaposed with the stuff of our everyday lives—our unexamined assumptions, our foibles, our brilliance. The 10 authors of this book push boundaries and bring forth what’s possible in being human, suggesting that our lives and the way we know ourselves are open to being invented. Authors: Gale LeGassick, Steve Zaffron, Laurel Scheaf, Larry Pearson, Cathy Elliott, Balvinder Sodhi, Jane Wright, Mark Spirtos, Manal Maurice, Barry Grieder. Introduced by: Nancy Zapolski, Ph.D. and Joe DiMaggio, M.D.