#1LinerWeds from Viktor Frankl


All right, it’s a little longer than one line, but it’s the spirit that counts, right? I was looking at quotes on freedom on BrainyQuote and this one seemed most appropriate. Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist who survived the Holocaust and wrote the book Man’s Search For Meaning.


One-Liner Wednesday is sponsored by Linda Hill, who has the rules and pingbacks at her site.

12 thoughts on “#1LinerWeds from Viktor Frankl

  1. I like this quote. I think that too often we all forget about that space, instead focusing on what came before and what might come after. Sometimes it’s good to just be.


  2. I loved that book! Viktor Frankel was such a wise man, who took a horrific experience and turned it into a goldmine of deep insight and positivity. Brilliant book. Thanks for posting this quote. Good stuff…

    Michele at Angels Bark


      1. Oh that would be interesting. Speaking of being a kid at Auschwitz, have you ever seen the movie “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas”?? FANTASTIC movie. Try to see it if you haven’t already…


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