The YouTube algorithm recommended Self-Encounter: A Study in Existentialism, and there were a couple of live-acted skits taken from this book. I found myself filled with a desire to read the text, and managed to find a copy at a university library. It was a brisk read. For me, the key takeaway was in the exploration of the question of what one should do with one's life, and the impact our own existence has on that of others. It isn't explicitly answered by the story, but the examples given are presented in a clear way that left me with a more profound understanding of my own place in history.