Man's Search for Meaning Essay | Essay

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The Meaning of Life

Summary: Essay discusses the meaning of life as viewed by Viktor Frankl.
What is the meaning of life? There is no simple answer to this question. Viktor Frankl's theory is that man's deepest desire is to search for meaning, for purpose. Choosing to ignore the daily suffering of his deprived existence, Frankl searched to find meaning. He learned that by losing a friend or living through other circumstances of tragedy, he gained strength meaning in his life. Frankl found that as his life had changed and as there was more suffering to confront, he had the inner strength to deal with it to the best of his ability. Psychologically, he chose to find meaning in suffering. Frankl felt compelled to go on with his life, he explained, "if there is a meaning in life at all, then there must be a meaning in suffering." (76). Frankl learned to turn his thoughts to the future, this was another way of finding meaning...

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