A good story is visceral. It speaks to you, the reader, as if it intimately understands who you are and what you need most.
There are many incredible stories, whether within your circle of friends and family, or beyond.
The great ones are often repeated at family gatherings, carried down from generation to generation, or retold to educate and inspire.
One such story is about the life of Victor Frankl, an Austrian neurologist, psychiatrist, holocaust survivor and author of “Man’s Search for Meaning.”
His book was read by over 10 million people and translated into 24 languages.
In our busyness, it’s often good to stop, to think, to assess our motivations, and to ask ourselves, “Is this or will this be meaningful?”
◼️ What are the circumstances of your life?
◼️ What are your talents?
◼️ Who are the people that surround you?
◼️ Where is the need that is calling for you to respond?
◼️ What story will your life tell?
◼️ What’s most important to you?
Is it the pursuit of happiness, leading a meaningful life, or something else?