Man’s Search For Meaning 


Over the last 4 years, I have read 412 books. Of these books, 70% percent were on philosophy, religion, theology, and neuropsychology. This book is the greatest of them all. 

A blog discussing the merits of the most powerful book in our generation is foolish. This book is a classic, it’s author a class act. He epitomizes meaning and purpose, and pushes the reader into a realm of introspection like no other. Logotherapy is king in the world of Frankl, and there is good reason for it.

It is no hyperbole when I state that within his mind, and in his writings, the clearest understanding of human nature comes to life.

Categories: Philosophical Books, Psychiatric Analysis of Meditative Methods

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