Hello! I’m Matt Neapolitan, a cinematographer in Los Angeles. You can find me on Twitter.
This Sunday, we’ll be discussing Viktor Frankl’s beloved reflection on finding meaning in suffering and how his concentration camp experience shaped a new school of psychology. We’ll touch on themes as relevant today as in his own time: compassion, free will, self-transcendence, and what it means to be worthy of one’s suffering.
This book has touched millions over the years since its publication, and I’m hoping we can connect over how it’s affected each of our lives.
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