Is survival just slavery?
The one good learning from Holocaust
Those who have a “why’ to live, can bear with almost any “how”
By Victor E. Frankl in his book Man’s Search For Meaning
Humanity is wired to grapple with the constant quest for 'Self.'
Questions about purpose, existence, and value are inherent to our nature.
Enter Logotherapy, developed by Frankl, a method where professionals assist individuals in uncovering personal meaning as a means of navigating life's challenges.
According to this, finding this meaning empowers one to endure any hardship.
Frankl's own survival in Nazi concentration camps was fueled by focusing on his beliefs, values, and ideals.
But must we face a Holocaust to prioritize self-reflection?
In the midst of a rapidly growing economy and globalisation, are we losing sight of our individual purposes?
Why must we engage in any pursuit without understanding the meaning of our existence?
My own purpose is to leave people a little better than I found them.
And also to be a major contributor to the growth of the food industry xD
What is your purpose?