The goal of this book is to reaffirm the power of extravagant love and excessive grace in your life and in the world.
The author, Dr. Viktor E. Frankl, spent years in Nazi death camps. This book is a product of his suffering in these camps. Within are his thoughts on meaning, purpose, love, fear, suffering and more.
In depth look at nine masks men wear to hide themselves and avoid being authentic. Each chapter includes practical step-by-step advice on how to take off each mask and be authentic and vulnerable.
Filled with inspirational stories and anecdotes, this book is fun, entertaining, thought provoking, and inspiring. My favorite quote: "I used to be afraid at failing at what matters, now I am afraid of succeeding at things that don't matter."