A Path to True Happiness

Between 1942 and 1945, psychiatrist Viktor Frankl labored in 4 different Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz. During that time, his parents, his brother, and his pregnant wife all fell victim to the camps and died. As he starved and suffered next to his fellow inmates, he wondered how the human spirit could possibly survive such brutality and privation. One early morning pre-dawn, as the prisoners stumbled toward the day’s work, Frankl found himself thinking of his