2015 Book of the Year – Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl
2015 Book of the Year
Man’s Search for Meaning By: Viktor Frankl
Victor Frankl (1905-1997) was a PhD, neurologist, M.D. psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor who in 1959, wrote the famous book “Man’s Search for Meaning”. The essence of the book is how he found meaning in all forms of existence even under the most brutal of circumstances (Only 1 in 26 survived the Nazi WWII camps). Man’s Search For Meaning will stay with you for a long time, but it will also teach you many things that you can put into practice to live a happier life by finding meaning in your every day life. It is a classic book about purpose and meaning.
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