"Man's Search For Meaning" by Viktor E Frankl
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"Man's Search For Meaning" by Viktor E Frankl and can provide me with a general review/analysis and your thoughts on the work.
"What matters, therefore, is not the meaning of life in general, but rather the specific meaning of a person's life at a given moment." p.171
"We can discover this meaning in life in three different ways: (1) by doing a deed; (2) by experiencing a value; and (3) by suffering." p.176
The two quotes I have inserted here are the ones that I feel can be used to sum up the ideas of the text. The first quote offers this suggestion: If we do good deeds today, does that matter in 20 years or would it matter in the past? No, that good deed done would matter to us--the one doing it and the receiver of the deed. Yes, it could matter to someone's memory and recollection later in life and create in that person the desire to do a good deed for someone else; but, ...
The solution provides a general review/analysis for the book "Man's Search For Meaning" by Viktor E Frankl.