Viktor Frankl’s concentration camp experience led to his internationally acclaimed work, “Man’s Search for Meaning.” He simply framed a question that has pulsed through the history of humanity.
Is there a meaning to life, or meanings? Or none? Religions, philosophies, and cultures have sought to provide answers. Why have none been universally embraced? Is it up to the individual to find meaning ultimately? Participants may join the instructor to help search for answers to these questions.