In Man’s Search for Meaning, Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl describes his experiences at Auschwitz during World War II.
He concludes that the difference between those who lived and those who died came down to one thing: meaning.
The pursuit of meaning in life is more important than the pursuit of happiness, because it is more enduring—connecting us to the present and the future.
That’s why Create Shared Meaning is the highest level of the Sound Relationship House. A healthy relationship involves building a life together that is full of meaning and purpose. It encompasses your beliefs, the stories you tell, and the culture you create.
As Frankl said, “The meaning of life is to give life meaning.”