overall this is a book that helped me to realize that I need to find meaning in my life. The descriptions of the concentration camp for difficult but having just read King Leopold's ghost they didn't seem as far as it I was amazed to look through his eyes during his
I enjoyed this book it really put a side the trivial day to day problems that we get caught up in compared to those facing a holocaust survivor.
This book was recommended by Wayne Dyer. I should have read this earlier in my life but as a wing would say everything does happen at the right time! Don't wait another day pick up this book and open your eyes!
Perspective-inducing, goodness born of tragedy.
The way in which a horrific experience can influence a long, productive life of therapy and helping others work through their less horrific life experiences.
The story is told through the author's voice so the author is the logical favorite.
The Holocaust Experience give birth to Logotherapy
Yes, I would recommend this book to anyone going through a difficult time