Meaning of life
Logotherapist Frankl (1946) spoke of three sources of Meaning of life.
Three sources of Meaning of life
Firstly through taking from the world what is there, learning to savour and appreciate what is already given to us, as in aesthetic enjoyment of nature or the pleasures of the senses.
Secondly to give to the world and add new enjoyments to it through acts of our own creativity and by giving to others in this way as well.
Thirdly by suffering, which is to endure the harsh conditions we may be exposed to.
Meaning in Life is an objective reality, as opposed to a mere illusion arising within the perceptional apparatus of the observer.
Humans are called upon, on the grounds of their freedom and responsibility, to bring forth the possible best in themselves and in the world, by perceiving and realizing the meaning of the moment in each and every situation.
These meaning potentials, although objective in nature, are linked to the specific situation and person, and are therefore continually changing.
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