Dr. Viktor Frankl is often described by professionals as perhaps the greatest thinker on the topic of finding life purpose and meaning.
Frankl, a practicing psychiatrist in the 1940s, spent over 4 years in a Nazi camp. With every possession lost, suffering from hunger, cold, sickness, daily beatings, and death by gas imminent at any moment, somehow Frankl and others found meaning. How? What Frankl learned through both his personal and professional experiences can provide significant insight for the rest of us.
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