"Like Fromm, Viktor Frankl emphasized that loneliness,
suffering, and radical uncertainy are ineradicable
dimensions of experience for the deeply alive and
sane individual living in an imperfect world. In
the present climate, Frankl claimed, the "cure of
souls" may depend as much on restoring the authentic
capacity to suffer as on the capacity to enjoy."
(Daniel Burston - 'The Legacy of Erich Fromm')
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, "Bob M."
> "Students have powerful images of what a
> perfect body is and pursue it incessantly..
> ...they no longer have any image of a
> perfect soul, and hence do not long to have
> one. They do not even imagine that there is
> such a thing."
> (Allan Bloom - 'The Closing of the American Mind')
> Bob M.