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C.G. Jung described the division of our adult life into two parts, the first and second adulthoods. He noted that the first adulthood is much more driven by upholding the values and fulfilling the agenda of the social collective order, which the "second adulthood", commencing often at midlife, is much more concerned with individual priorities, and what the individual him- or herself finds particularly meaningful. In this second phase, the question of "What is my life's work? may become particularly crucial.