Man's Search for Meaning is more than a story of Viktor E. Frankl's triumph: it is a remarkable blend of science and humanism and an introduction to the most significant psychological movement of our day.
©1959, 1962, 1984 Viktor E. Frankl; (P)1995 Blackstone Audiobooks
"An enduring work of survival literature." (The New York Times)
If you want practical advice for bettering your outlook on life, this is the audiobook for you!
Viktor's empathy and compassion for mankind is contagious. I have listened to it 4x in one week and have told my closest friends about it.
Simon Vance does a perfect narration... just get it.
muy clara la narrativa.
el mensaje enriquecedor.
siempre se puede cambiar la forma de ver la vida. La logoterapia me parece congruente y proactiva. sin entrar en detalles de los horrores de los campos de concentración el autor utiliza ese marco para estudiar cómo el sufrimiento puede ser un factor de crecimiento personal. para una sociedad que ha vuelto una obsesión la búsqueda de la felicidad es importante recordar que la vida tiene su proceso y hay que escoger vivirla como viene, aprender y agradecee.
I will say that it is a true joy to think that I have read this book or rather it has been read to me so poetically and with passion and Truth. Not only has it been read to me but this means it is part of my past. And well as it is so wonderfully points out no one or nothing can take that experience away from me it is solidified into the past and thanks to that because it is an absolutely breathtaking and timeless book.
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!
An upbeat Holocaust book is rare. But Frank's ideas are important and uplifting. The reader is almost too good for a Holocaust book
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