Viktor Frankl’s account of his time in a World War II concentration camp (Man’s Search for Meaning) is chilling.
Happiness in itself does not qualify as such a purpose; pleasures do not give our life meaning.
In contrast, he points out that even the dark and joyless episodes of our lives can be times when we mature and find meaning.
Creating work, appreciating nature, works of art or simply loving people and facing the ups and downs of life.
These times may be difficult to endure but according to Frankl, our lives take on meaning through our actions, through loving, and even through suffering.
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