Quest for Clarity

Making sense of life, the Universe and Myself.

Thursday, February 02, 2006


Getting down to the bottom line...the unexamined life is not worth living , Socrates told us, and I agree. One of the primary functions of the limbo state is to provide the physical and psychological space for the examiner to unpack the contents of their "emotional baggage". A person cannot just keep accumulating experiences without taking some time for evaluation. What is being examined is "Life". That which is doing the examining is looking out of my eyes.


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