Never at rest in yesterday’s form. We are always chasing something unique, railing against the establishment.
Chances are we’ve already forgotten the information we learned yesterday.
With half-closed eyes, we bustle through life forging connections between experiences.
But then one day, it all slows down. It’s not about us anymore but other people: our kids, partners, and close friends.
The ego must be aired out.
Insecurity and security, certainty and uncertainty — it all flows from subjectivity into a way of life that helps other people to see themselves.