Man's Search For Meaning
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The one-line essence of the book "Man's Search for Meaning" is to say Yes to Life. Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl is a personal account of Frankl's experience in a concentration camp and a psychoanalytic look at the suffering that took place there. Frankl identified three phases of the inmates' psychological reactions to life in the concentration camps: 1. Following his admission 2. Period when he is entrenched in camp life 3. After his release and freedom One of the most difficult things for the inmates was the feeling of no end in sight. They didn't have an end date for their incarceration. And they weren't like regular prisoners because they hadn't committed a crime, they were incarcerated because of the “group” they belonged to. I recommend that you read Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl because it will inspire you, and you'll realize how much you take your life for granted.