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Man’s Search for Meaning – A Summary

Man's search for meaning summary

I don’t know if you believe in synchronicity, but I certainly do, especially regarding books. Sometimes, I’ll keep seeing a book everywhere. EVERYWHERE. When that happens, I know that I have to have it. That’s what happened with Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl. Recently, I wrote an article about a book called The Happiness Makeover. The author mentions Man’s Search for Meaning more than once in her book, and it has been the millionth time I’ve seen this book mentioned by happiness authors. I felt that I had seen enough signs and I decided to splurge and buy the book on Amazon. And it blew my mind. Viktor Frankl was a Jewish psychiatrist from Vienna. During WWII, Frankl and his family have been taken away from their lives and imprisoned in Nazi death camps. Frankl wrote a memoir from his time in the concentration camps, which constitutes the first half of the book. He describes life in the camps, how the prisoners were treated, but most of all, he described the psychology of the prisoners and how hope for a […]

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The event that changed my life (and why I write this blog) 

A few years ago, my life changed dramatically. In fact, I believe I became a whole new person. It was the year 2010.   A year before the event that changed my life, I was an entrepreneur. I produced heavy metal concerts for a living. The financial crisis was in full bloom, and my shows were slowly deserted. After a while, I had to come to the conclusion that this business model was not profitable enough and I had to pull the plug. This decision was the hardest I ever had to take. And not for the reason you think.   To say that I was a workaholic was a bit of an understatement. At that time, I was working 80 hours a week, had been for the last 10 years of my life. I am what you may call an overachiever and I was always on the go. When I quit my business, I was faced for the first time of my life with two realities. I had no goal past this point, and I had A LOT of […]

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