Tag Archives: humor

Before It’s Too Late

Yesterday I went to the funeral of my daughter-in-law’s father. I had visited him just a week before. It’s not unusual that people get sick and die. What struck me is that I had put off visiting him for about … Continue reading

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Logotherapy in marriage

An individual feels his life is meaningful when he can find a purpose to his existence; life is worth living. Similarly a couple feels their marriage is meaningful when they can find a purpose to the marriage and when they … Continue reading

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How do we go about discovering values?

Some examples of values that Frankl talks about are: the defiant power of the human spirit (freedom to take a stance towards one’s physical and psychic states), humor, awareness of one’s uniqueness and self-worth, humor, responsibility, self-transcendence, dedication to a … Continue reading


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The unquenchable spirit

I met Rachamim Melamed a couple of weeks ago. He has written about 10 books, most of them after he contracted ALS, a degenerative disease that little by little renders all of the person’s limbs immobile. The occasion for meeting … Continue reading

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Two choices

You have two choices Jerry is the manager of a restaurant. He is always in a good mood. When someone would ask him how he was doing he would always reply: “If I were any better, I would be twins!” … Continue reading

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