Man’s search for meaning

On my flight to Melbourne yesterday I re-read Victor Frankl’s book “Man’s Search for Meaning”. It’s such an impressive book that I would just like to share a number of quotes instead of trying to describe or analyze it. To give you a little bit of background: Frankl was an Austrian psychiatrist who survived three years in concentration camps during the Second World War. He wrote this book from both a personal and a professional perspective, and reflects on our attitude toward life’s challenges and opportunities.

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