b'FRANZ KAFKA Franz Kafkas writing was inspired and defined by his own anxiety and depression. He wrote of loneliness, frustration, oppression, anxiety, stress, and depression. Kafka considered writing to be his form of prayer, doubling as therapy. His best known works, The Trial, The Castle, and Amerika, were published posthumously, against his wishes that all manuscripts be destroyed after he died.Resources: Beliefnet.comthe largest spirituality website, independent and not affiliated with any spiritual organization or movement, offers multifaith perspectives and resources for those wishing to explore a particular faith or spiritual path. Diverse on-line forums discuss concerns encountered by many college students. beliefnet.com General Concerns125'