Mirror of Justice

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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Of Leonard Cohen, Marriage, and Well-Being

My wife Sarah and I are HUGE Leonard Cohen fans, but we had not see the video Robby posted.  Thanks, Robby.  Many MOJ readers will be interested in David Brooks' column yesterday, which has some things to say about marriage, human relationships generally, and well-being.  The column is here.  An excerpt:

"Marital happiness is far more important than anything else in determining personal well-being. If you have a successful marriage, it doesn’t matter how many professional setbacks you endure, you will be reasonably happy. If you have an unsuccessful marriage, it doesn’t matter how many career triumphs you record, you will remain significantly unfulfilled."


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