Life's journeys: Language, culture, communication

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Quote of the day

“Thus, it is precisely the uniqueness of our existence in the world, the irretrievability of our lifetime, and the irrevocability of everything with which we fill it – or fail to fill it – that give significance to our existence. But it is not only the uniqueness of an individual life as a whole that gives it importance, it is also the uniqueness of every day, every hour, every moment that represents something that loads our existence with the weight of a terrible and yet so beautiful responsibility! (…) What we achieve by seizing the moment is, once and for all, rescued into reality…”

Frankl, Viktor – Yes to Life… In Spite of Everything (1946)

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