We've added layers upon layers of erroneous
significance to our lives, none of which (tell the
truth!) work for us. Yet we're keep missing and / or denying the
fact that they're self-made - and can therefore be self-erased.
|2)||When we jetison all the significance, what's left is an experience of being empty and meaningless. Given the way we're thrown, we can't fully confront the emptiness and the meaninglessness of it all. If we're ever going to confront it, what's required is we recontextualize (I love that word) what it is to be empty and meaningless.|
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