Tag Archives: relationships

Creating We-ness

Interesting that this post sounds similar to the previous one, even though the previous one was not written yesterday. These are some thoughts jotted down, in a raw state (since I’m giving myself permission to write in that way these … Continue reading

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Life Calls us to Emerge

Logotherapy provides a basic framework for good therapy. What’s important is the fundamentals. Those don’t change. Within that framework I can take logotherapy in different directions by learning from this one and that or by making my own innovations. Value-oriented … Continue reading

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Happiness is passion

One of the questions we ask the students to answer in our logotherapy course is: “Is man basically good or evil?” This is an old philosophical question but we are asking them to answer it based on their impressions after … Continue reading

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Big ideas

First a word about the photo. I’ve changed the picture in the blog heading and I wanted you to see the picture in its entirety before it was cropped. We took this picture by the lake at St. Moritz in … Continue reading

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The infinite in the finite

Some more thoughts came to me after writing yesterday’s post. Instead of rewriting it I thought to write an alternative version. Perhaps one day I will merge the two pieces. Two blessings in the Jewish prayer book have been a … Continue reading

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In accordance with God’s will

In yesterday’s post I spoke about the blessing “You are a source of blessing God, our Lord King of the universe, who has made me with all of my needs” Another blessing is one that only women say: “You are … Continue reading

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The power to harmonize

To continue from the last few posts, my friend and I had learned that happiness is a function of bonding or connecting between things that are in opposition. Next we learned that making connections and creating harmony takes work. What … Continue reading

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