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Harold S. Kushner
Wrote the foreword to Man's Search for Meaning.
Man's Search for Meaning is not about Frankl's triviales but about ________________.
"He who has a Why to live for can bear almost any How"
Frankl's Enduring Insight
"Forces beyond your control can take away everything you possess except one thing, your freedom to chooses how you will respond to the situation. You cannot control what happens to you in life, but you can always control what you will feel and do about what happens to you."
Incident at Vichy
The play written by Arthur Miller.
When Bad Things Happen to Good People
Rabbi Kushner's book.
Wrote Man's Search for Meaning's preface.
1945; Nine days
When did Frankl write Man's Search for Meaning?| How long did it take for him to write it?
Frankl's Hint from Heaven
A piece of marble of which the fifth commandment had been inscribed. This meant that Frankl would stay with his parents.
The prisoners who acted as trustees in the concentration camps.
This was given to concentration camp prisoners on admission to the camp. It was located on a prisoner's skin or on their clothing.
The thought by which each man was controlled
To keep himself alive for the family waiting for him at home and to save his friends.
Digging and laying tracks for railway lines
What job did Frankl have in camp?
Issued by the construction firm. They could be exchanged for cigarettes.
These could be exchanged for bowls of soup
He had lost his will to live
When a comrade smoked his own cigarettes, this meant that ____________________.
Delusion of reprieve
A victim's sense of false hope in believing that they will be saved at the last hour rather than meeting their fatal end.
The prisoners in the concentration camp were told to fall into two lines. Women were on one side and men were on the other. They did this in order to file past a senior SS officer.
Dies and is burned in a crematorium.
The Anteroom to the Disinfecting Chamber
The place in which the SS men came and spread out blankets. The prisoners would have to throw all of their possessions in those blankets. It was here that the prisoners grasped the fact that everything would be taken away.
The prisoner's reply to Frankl's confiding in order to keep his manuscript. It was at this moment the seriousness of the concentration camp was realized.
His glasses and his belt
What two items were Frankl allowed to keep?
Detached the mind from its surroundings.
The beds were constructed in tiers. One each tier, slept nine men on the boards. The men would share two blankets, and would have to lie on their sides, crowded and huddled together.
Doestoevski (Page 18)
"Man is a being who can get used to anything"
The hopelessness of the situation
The thought of suicide was born out of _________________
"Running into the wire"
The most popular form of suicide.
The SS Medical Chief. He let a doctor's son be gassed to death.
This would make a prisoner look younger, making him/her more likely to survive in the concentration camp.
Term used to describe a man who looks miserable, down, and out, sick and emaciated; One who cannot manage hard physical labor any longer.
No one who passed the first selection had to fear gas except __________________.
Lessing (Page 20)
"There are things which must cause you to lose your reason or you have none to lose".
The feeling that one could not care anymore. This emotion was associated with the second phase of camp life.
Cleaning latrines and removing sewage.
The job given to new arrivals at camp.
Frankl was hit with a stick
A man in Frankl's line stood off a little to one side, and as a result ____________________
The most painful part of a beating
The mental agony caused by the injustice and unreasonableness of it all.
The foreman with the chubby rose cheeks reminded Frankl of a ________ _____________.
Frankl made the foreman look stupid
Why did the foreman knock Frankl down?
Frankl would listen to his marital problems and issues
Why did the Friendly Capo like Frankl?
Saves Frankl from detachment, gives him solid food at lunch, and smuggles Frankl into another work party.
10 and a half ounces of bread and 1 and 3/4 pints of thin soup.
Seen as a retreat to a more primitive form of mental life.
The desire for food
The major primitive instinct in camp.
The discussion of food was regarded as ______________
Three- fourths of an ounce of margarine, a slice of poor quality sausage, a little piece of cheese, a bit of synthetic honey, or a spoonful of watery jam.
Two Schools of Thought
Eating the ration immediately or dividing the ration
The most ghastly part of the 24 hours.
The absence of sexual urge
Undernourishment explained the preoccupation with food and ___________________________.
Politics and Religion
The two exceptions to cultural hibernation.
Symptoms to Typhus
Irrepressible aversion to food and delirium attacks.
"Nightclub" in which improvised prayer services took place.
Frankl avoided attacks of delirium by __________________________
Invited Frankl to the spiritualistic séance.
Vae e Victis
Means "Woe to the Vanquished"
A life of inner riches and spiritual freedom
Sensitive people could retreat from their surroundings to _______________________________
The thought that transfixed Frankl on his work march
The truth that is set into song by so many poets, proclaimed as the final wisdom by so many thinkers.
The salvation of man is through love and in love.
The greatest secret that poets and thinkers can impart.
Perpetual contemplation of an infinite glory
The angels are lost in __________________________
Thought that crossed Frankl's mind while thinking about his wife
Love goes very far beyond the physical person of the beloved.
What Frankl did in his mind
Took bus rides, unlocked the front door of his apartment, answered the telephone, and switched on the electric lights
Aria; A double helping of soup with peas
The prisoner who climbed on a tub at lunch sang an _____________, was guaranteed ____________________________________.
Affords us an aloofness and an ability to rise above any situation
Frankl and his colleague's promise
To invent at least one amusing story daily about some incident that could happen one day after liberation.
A trick learned by mastering the art of living
The attempt to develop a sense of humor and to see things in a humorous light.
The size of human suffering is _____________________
The greatest of joys
A very trifling things can cause _____________________
The punishment for a missing man
Waiting outside in the rain and the cold wind until the missing man was found.
Admired because their lives were relatively well-regulated and secure.
The smallest of mercies
Speaks about "freedom from suffering".
Prisoner Cook F _________________
Does not look at a person when giving out food and dealt out the food easily.
No man should judge a person
Unless he asks himself in absolute honesty whether in a similar situation he might not have done the same, ______________________.
Flock of Sheep
Frankl compares the group of men to a _________________
Middle of the formations
Just like sheep that crowded into the middle of a herd, each of the prisoners tried to get into the _________________
What the prisoner craved in the concentration camp.
Behind the Earthen hut where he worked
Frankl found solitude here.
Steps of passing guards
Aroused Frankl from his dreams as he sat on the water shaft.
The Water Shaft
Saved the lives of prisoners. The prisoners would use this to avoid mass transports organized to go to Dachau.
He was thrown on anyway
If one of the sick men died before the cart of sick left, what would happen?
Frankl's rule for himself in Auschwitz
To generally answer all kinds of questions truthfully and be silent about anything that was not expressly asked for.
Famine and cannibalism had broken out
What happened after Frankl left the camp?
Frankl tells this person his will
1. Tell Tilly that Frankl talked of her daily.
2. Frankl has loved her more than anyone.
3. The short time they have been married outweighs everything.
Death in Teheran
A rich and mighty Persian walked in his garden with one of his servants. The servant had just encountered death and begged his master to give him the fastest horse order to reach Teheran. Later the Persian met death and asked him "Why did you terrify and threaten my servant?" Death replied saying: "I did not threaten him I only showed surprise in finding him here when I planned to meet him tonight in Teheran".
The camp prisonee
Was afraid of making decisions and taking any sort of initiative whatsoever.
First escape attempt
A colleague of Frankl who had to visit her outside of the camp wanted to escape along with him. He smuggled Frankl out and a member of a foreign resistance movement was to supply them with uniforms and documents. At the last moment there were some technical difficulties. Frankl ran back to his hut in order to collect all his possessions. He made one last quick round of his patients and remembered his ambition to save their lives.
Second escape attempt
Frankl and his colleague had been given in order to bury three bodies outside of the barbed wire fence. With the first body, they would smuggle out the colleague's rucksack. With the second body they would carry out Frankl's rucksack. On the third body they would escape. The plan did not succeed because a delegate from the international Red Cross in Geneva had arrived.
Toyed with the prisoners
When the degraded majority and promoted minority came into conflict, the results were __________________.
Doestoevski (Page 66)
"There is only one thing that I dread: not to be worthy of my sufferings".
Provisional existence of unknown limit
Life in a concentration camp that prevents a person from looking towards the future.
A man who let himself decline because he could not see a future.
Found himself occupied with retrospective thoughts.
Spinoza (Page 74)
"Emotion which is suffering ceases to be suffering as soon as we form a clear and precise picture of it"
Life Saving Procedures
Concerned with the prevention of suicides.
Two cases of would be suicide
Involved men with different meanings.
The punishment for stealing potatoes
The entire camp starving to death.
The Commandant of the Camp
Helped the prisoners by supervising the collection of clothing among the nearby Bavarian villages.
Hid the Commandant in the Bavarian woods
Decent and Indecent
The two races of men.
The first spark of joy
A rooster with a tail of feathers.
"I called to the Lord from my narrow prison and He answered me in the freedom space."
The liberated prisoner was in need of this....
"Made this hand be cut off if I don't stain it with blood on the day when I get home"
The wonderful feeling that there is nothing he need fear anymore, except his God.
The emotion that is associated with the first phase of camp.
Being selected to the left with the finger game meant _______________.
Sores formed on the feet and the hands.
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