Viktor Frankl | The Sun Magazine

Viktor Frankl

Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist who was sent by the Nazis to a concentration camp in 1942. Separated from his wife, parents, and siblings, Frankl refused to submit to despair, focusing instead on the freedom to choose one’s outlook even in dire conditions.

— From January 2009
The Dog-Eared Page

excerpted from
Man’s Search For Meaning

In spite of all the enforced physical and mental primitiveness of life in a concentration camp, it was possible for spiritual life to deepen.

January 2009
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