3 edition of Questions of Meaning found in the catalog.
Questions of Meaning
E. De Jongh
by Harvey Miller Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael Hoyle (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
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About This Book Man’s Search for Meaning (hereafter MSFM) is an autobiographical account of Viktor Frankl’s application of his trademark theory, which he called “Logotherapy.” He began formulating this theory, which posits that the search for meaning and purpose in life is the key to personal happiness and well-being, in Vienna, Austria.The American Book of Days well describes the origin of Easter: “There is no doubt that the Church in its early days adopted the old pagan customs and gave a Christian meaning to them.” The Bible warns against worshipping God by following traditions or customs that displease him.In my last book, Fantastic Voyage, Live Long Enough to Live Forever, which I coauthored with Terry Grossman, M.D., we describe a detailed and personalized program you can implement now (which we call “bridge one”) that will enable most people to live long enough to get to the mature phase of the biotechnology evolution (“bridge two”).