Man's Search for Meaning
The man in search of meaning is the shocking story in which Viktor Frankl tells us about his experience in the concentration camps.
During all those years of suffering, he felt in his own being what a naked existence meant, absolutely devoid of everything except existence itself. He, who had lost everything, who suffered hunger, cold and brutality, who was on the verge of being executed so many times, was able to recognize that, despite everything, life is worth living and that inner freedom and human dignity they are indestructible. As a psychiatrist and a prisoner, Frankl reflects with words of surprising hope on the human capacity to transcend difficulties and discover a profound truth that guides us and gives meaning to our lives.