A Few Wise Words from Viktor Frankl (1988)

Greetings, All!

I came across this video last night, of a subtitled speech, given in 1988, by the late, great Dr. Viktor Frankl (1905-1997). It was probably delivered to commemorate Austria’s version of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Its title, “Collective Guilt Does Not Exist”, seems eerily appropriate for the social/cultural/interpersonal climate the West is experiencing at the moment.

There are no specific “money quotes” during its 12-minute length. The whole speech is powerful, cautionary, and hopefully motivating for those who will hear and heed his message of personal responsibility and hope.

A prophet for our time: Viktor Frankl (1905-1997)

4 thoughts on “A Few Wise Words from Viktor Frankl (1988)

  1. My favorite line from this speech (paraphrasing): I always returned to Austria, not so much because Austria loves me, but because I love Austria.

    Wow! This man is so incredible. I really encourage everyone to watch this speech.

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