‘We behave like saints or we surrender like swine…’
This is powerful coming from a holocaust survivor, world-famous
psychologist, and author of ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’.
My take on this quote boils-down to decision making. Even if you’re not
clear on your purpose, making decisions with humility (like a saint) instead of pride, vanity or attachment to things (like swine) will help you to be
‘on-purpose’ on a day-to-day basis.
Next time someone calls you a ‘saint’ or something similar, thank them and
reflect on ‘why’ they reacted that way to you. The answer to ‘why’ is they caught you serving your purpose.