Love of Enemies

Dr. Victor Frankl was a famed Viennese psychoanalyst and the founder of Logotherapy. Many of his greatest insights came out of World War II experiences, when he was in a concentration camp. He was deprived of everything that makes for human decency. People around him were brought to the lowest level of human degradation. They were made almost subhuman. But Frankl saw there was one thing his Nazi captors couldn’t take from him: his freedom to decide how he would react.

“Love your enemies.” Jesus commanded. (Mt. 5:44). Love is the greatest power on earth. It is the most positive response possible. So long as you love, you retain mastery over your situation. “Love your enemies,” someone said. “It…

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