Who Said He who has a why to live can bear almost any how?
- Friedrich Nietzsche (German: Friedrich Nietzsche)
- We would be able to cope with almost every ‘how’ if we have our own ‘why’ in existence.
In his book Man’s Search for Meaning, Austrian psychiatrist Viktor Frankl said, “He who has a why to live for can bear with almost any how” (1946)
‘Maxims and Arrows’ from Twilight of the Idols (1889).
When a man has a why he can bear any how?
“He who has a reason to live will put up with almost anything.” —Nietzsche, Friedrich
Why is Nietzsche?
The “why” is a type of justification that Nietzsche describes as a source of strength in the face of intolerable suffering. “God made the decision that it was his time.” It could be interpreted as both logic and resignation.
Who said to live is to suffer?
Quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
Suffering is a part of life, and finding meaning in it is a part of survival.
Why can bear almost any how?
“Whoever has a reason to live will endure almost every how.” Every barrier in a person’s path can be resolved by someone who has found their meaning in life. You can suffer through almost every loss without giving up or leaving if you know why your life is important to you and that your purpose is optimistic.
When we can no longer change a situation?
“We are challenged to change ourselves when we are no longer able to change a situation.” “Everything can be stripped away from a man but the last of human freedoms: the ability to choose one’s attitude under any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own path.”
When you know your why you can endure any how?
Friedrich Nietzsche said, “If you know why, you can live either way.”
How do you pronounce Nietzsche?
Wow, Nietzsche, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow!
- In the syllable “Fried-,” the final “-d” is pronounced as a “t.”
- His last name is pronounced “ts” instead of “tz.”
- aka “sh,” is how the final “sch” is pronounced.
When you stare into the abyss meaning?
“When fighting monsters, one must be cautious lest he become a monster himself. And if you stare long enough into an abyss, the abyss will stare back at you.” Nietzsche was a nihilist, which means he believed in the emptiness of life and the universe, as well as the rejection of moral values.
What did Nietzsche do?
Nietzsche was a philosopher, essayist, and literary critic who lived in Germany. His writings on reality, morality, language, aesthetics, cultural theory, history, nihilism, force, consciousness, and the sense of life influenced Western philosophy and intellectual history enormously.