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Orientation to Text

Logotherapeutic orientation is the assumption that there is always meaning in life. Similarly in Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue a particular orientation is taken. (As an aside, we can alternatively call it Logotherapeutic Textual Dialogue, for a wide range of texts and … Continue reading

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Life is your personal trainer

One of our neighbors needed a place to store his weights and we agreed that he could use our house. We get the fringe benefit of using them. He also showed us the correct way to use the equipment so … Continue reading

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Questioning

Great Questioners: Socrates, Frankl, Jesus and Little Children This was the heading of the conference topic given by Dr.Paul Welter. The funniest thing is the truth, he said. (A good book he recommended is called Truth in Comedy) A kid … Continue reading

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Who questions the therapist?

Anyone who has gone for therapy knows that the therapist asks the client questions. Logotherapy is a bit different. It requires a special kind of listening, which is to discern meaning. Before we even begin to ask the client questions, … Continue reading

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Gratitude beyond words

There are two types of gratitude experiences. One is recognition of (and the flip side of not denying) kindness done to us. The other is acknowledgment of having received more than our due. The first, recognition of a kindness done … Continue reading

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