Man’s Search For Meaning: The classic tribute to hope from the Holocaust (With New Material)
No matter the circumstance, you always have the last of the human freedoms: to choose your attitude.
Life asks you the meaning of life by questioning you; you don’t ask life. It’s not what you expect from life, but what life expects from you.
The book focuses on love, hope, responsibility, inner freedom, and the beauty to be found in both nature and art as means that help one endure and overcome harrowing experiences.
An enduring work of survival literature ― New York Times
If you read but one book this year, Dr Frankl’s book should be that one. ― Los Angeles Times
His works are essential reading for those who seek to understand the human condition. ― Chief Rabbi Dr Jonathan Sacks
A poignant testimony…a hymn to the phoenix rising in each of us who choose life before flight. ― Brian Keenan, author of An Evil Cradling
One of the most remarkable books I have ever read. It changed my life ― Susan Jeffers, author of Feel the Fear And Do It Anyway and Embracing Uncertainty.
About the Author
Sir Martin Gilbert was Winston Churchill’s official biographer, and one of Britain’s leading historians. His The Holocaust: The Jewish Tragedy is considered the classic work on the subject, and he is the author of more than sixty other books, including Churchill: A Life, First World War, Second World War, Israel: A History, A History of the Twentieth Century, The Righteous, Auschwitz and the Allies and Jerusalem in the 20th Century.
Martin Gilbert died in February 2015.
Life is not a good nor a bad thing, I think it’s a challenge, WE MAKE IT GOOD or we stay in our comfort zone and hope for the best.