An extract from Day Three of my workbook: Transform Difficulties Into Triumphs in 30 Days. A Story-Based Workbook.
The meaning of life is not a question that can be put in general terms. Frankl says this would be like asking a chess champion: “Tell me, Master, what is the best move in the world?”  There is no such thing as a best or even a good move, other than the particular situation in a given game and the personality of one’s opponent. Similarly, the meaning of a person’s life is in the moment. Each person has their own unique mission to carry out, something that demands fulfilment. In this sense, no person can be replaced. As each life situation challenges us or presents us with a problem to solve, the question of the meaning of life can be reversed. We can rather ask: “what does life expect of us?” We each need to recognise that we are being questioned by life and we can only answer for our own lives, by taking responsible action, which satisfies our conscience as the right thing to do.
2 Viktor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning.
3 Viktor Frankl. In his words: “…it did not really matter what we expected from life, but rather what life expected from us.” Man’s Search for Meaning.
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