“Man’s Search for Meaning” is a powerful and profound book written by Viktor E. Frankl, a Holocaust survivor and psychiatrist. The book is divided into two parts.
In the first part, Frankl shares his personal experiences as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, where he endured unimaginable suffering. Despite the brutality and dehumanization, Frankl observes that those who found a sense of purpose and meaning were better able to endure their circumstances. He emphasizes that even in the darkest moments, individuals possess the freedom to choose their attitudes and responses to their circumstances.