Man's Search for Meaning

“An abnormal reaction to an abnormal situation is normal behavior.” Viktor Frankl, Holocaust Survivor. The night of November
This is what we signed up for when we chose higher education as our vocation. Let's listen, really listen, to our students and consider their search for meaning. What is their gathering storm? What do they know that we have missed, our senses dulled by so many things?
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