I was just sharing one of my all-time favorite Goethe Quotes with my friend Sean, where he then pointed me to this presentation on meaning by Viktor Emil Frankl.
Holy crap, Swiss Miss! You just rocked my world with this. Thank you for sharing the link!
This is so inspiring! Thank you, Tina.
I’m sharing this with all my writing students. What a perfect metaphor for why we write and how we should think about, and cope with, the process.
Wow! Erleuchtung bei einer Tasse Kaffee am Morgen. Vielen Dank dafür!
This is amazing. It reminds me of the quote:”Shoot for the moon, if you miss you will still be among the stars.” Cheesy saying but says the same thing to me.
i keep this quote at the top of my blog:
“so, let us be alert…alert in a twofold sense: since auschwitz we know what man is capable of. and since hiroshima we know what is at stake.” viktor e. frankl
to see him on film…inspiring.
wow, thank you so much. I am sending it to all my friends.
Brilliant. You just made made my day. Always a pleasure reading your blog, Swiss Miss!
Noch eine Frage: hast du das komplette Zitat zufällig auch auf Deutsch?
I don’t get it. My neighbor is an idiot that sits around playing xbox and smoking dope all day. When i’m trying to sleep all i can hear is sounds of people screaming and guns and explosions from his video games at max volume. He is rude and leaves his stinking garbage outside his door for days. Why should i think this guy is anything but an ass? The fact is he is a base maggot and i hate him. Its pointless to think he is anything other than what he is.
Thank you so much for the video (& Goethe’s quote), it’s so empowering!
I think all children, deliquent or not, should be brought up by people who tell them that they can and should do all good that’s within their power.
I love Viktor Frankl.:)
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