If you’ve read Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning, you’ll know it to be a book about survival. Frankl miraculously survived the network of Nazi concentration and extermination camps.
While there are numerous ideas in this book for changing a person’s life, the message that stands out for me today is that of hope.
Frankl describes how prisoners died less from lack of food or medicine, than from a lack of hope and a lack of something to live for.
He describes a particularly bad day in the camp. He knew encouragement was needed now more than ever. As the… Read More