With All that We Have, Why Aren’t We Satisfied?
Clifford Williams
Sorin Books 2001; 
Wipf & Stock 2008
188 pages

". . . combines spiritual and philosophical insights with peace and social justice
issues. The readings are simple and down-to-earth as well as profound."
     — Louis Richard Batzler, Spiritual Frontier Fellowship

                
"This compendium of almost one hundred challenging, encouraging, highly
 recommended meditations on a diverse spectrum of issues and topics is 
organized into ten “reader friendly” chapters that will be read with 
appreciation and benefit by anyone who, with all they have, are feeling 
that there is still something vital and necessary miss from their lives.”
     —Midwest Book Review

Contains nearly a hundred short meditations:

Restless Hearts
Secret Tragedies
Loving and Forgiving Ourselves
Comfort that Money Cannot Buy
"Why Do You Want to Die?"
Betrayal by Parents
The Official Lie
On Seeing What Is Right in Front of Us
Dread
Letting Others Love Us
Despair
Dried-Up Human Hearts
Plus more

On restless hearts: "Behind a driven life is a restless heart."
On secret tragedies: "There is a secret tragedy in every heart" (Paul Tournier).
On loving and forgiving ourselves: "Conditional self-love is as malignant as 
conditional neighbor love."
On despair: "Despair kills some people, but strengthens others."

Also: Daybreakers: 365 Eye-Opening Reflections (Sorin Books 2002; 
            (Wipf & Stock 2008)