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Summary of Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl

Narrated by: Leanne Thompson
Length: 1 hr and 15 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Summary

What is the meaning of life?

The book Man's Search for Meaning will have you thinking about the aspects of life. It is written to show you that suffering, love, and purpose are all aspects everyone has in his or her life. 

It shows you the inside of Nazi concentration camp. You will understand more about you by learning more about the world around you.   

This summary will help you read and enjoy this book more thoroughly.

It contains:

  • A chapter-by-chapter summary, including key takeaways from each one
  • Background on the author
  • The details of concentration camps
  • Stories of hope, happiness, and love
  • And so much more!  

(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book. If you’re looking for the original book, it is available from Amazon and Audible.)  

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Most definitely changed my life!

This book is about fundamental human behavior. It calls out the core of what it means to be human and therefore it is timeless. But for how fundamental, the message is not obvious. Therefore It is a must listen and something to internalize.

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Great tips.

One of the books that changed my life. Dr. Frankel was one of the greatest minds of this century. You will never see life .. or the meaning of life in the same way.

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Man's search for meaning

Beautiful thoughtful book about how man survives tragic and worst of times, if there is even one person depending on your survival, it gives you hope and drive to continue on.

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Essential listening for anyone.

Essential listening for anyone interested in learning more about choice and how our decisions affect our lives.

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As meaningful as it is powerful.

The listening of this book was life changing for me. I have suffered through abuse, depression and anxiety. The author presented choices and a way to get through our past and current sufferings. This book is a must read for everyone!!

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  • Davis
  • 25-10-18

Excellent Book!

Interesting listening and what it means for those of us that have never been in similar or alike situations just as Viktor had….Facing his captors and living amongst many different points of view, about their own and others life meanings.

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  • Linda Cruzz
  • 25-10-18

Best for Beginners.

It's amazing to listen the details of the daily struggles the inmates went through. The perseverance it must have taken to keep moving even when your body has wasted away to almost nothing must have been beyond extraordinary.

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  • Churchill
  • 27-10-18

Powerful, emotional stuff.

Powerful, emotional stuff. I suppose it has to be good to survive all those years of re-prints, etc. Had been planning on listening it for a long time. Glad I finally got around to it. Very moving. Makes your own problems seem insignificant.

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  • D. Hamel
  • 27-10-18

Incredible story.

Incredible story, I always avoided books about the Holocaust, felt it would be too painful. This book is a necessary reminder of the horrors painted in a truly valuable study of human nature.

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  • Landon
  • 05-01-19

Robotic Reading?

The readers voice is too monotone for me to listen for more than five minutes.

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  • Aaron Bishop
  • 27-10-18

Very powerful and inspirational life experience.

Very powerful and inspirational life experience that engages you to introspectively reflect on the positive aspects of life. Sometimes true suffering is needed to bring to light the importance of identifying what is real and finding gratitude in existing. Must listen for anyone seeking a deeper meaning to life.