• Özlem Özkan

Man’s Search for Meaning

Updated: Jan 15


I recently finished Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl.

Viktor was a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. While he describes the days in those camps, he powerfully tells us about identifying a purpose in life. No matter what you experience in life, even a Nazi concentration camp, your purpose can make you “live”.

And the beauty of it is, you choose your own purpose in life.

Choose one, that makes you “live”, no matter what circumstances you go through!

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