Long ago we had passed the stage of asking what was the meaning of life, a naive query which understands life as the attaining of some aim through the active creation of something of value. For us, the meaning of life embraced the wider cycle of life and death, of suffering and of dying

Viktor E. Frankl in Man’s Search for Meaning p. 86

Long ago we had passed the stage of asking what was the meaning of life, a naive query which understands life as the attaining of some aim through the active creation of something of value. For us, the meaning of life embraced the wider cycle of life and death, of suffering and of dying.”

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