Tag: contemplation


  • permission

    It is just like in every arena of my life I’ve been so concerned/consumed about human-ing correctly. Like the guidebook I was given was all wrong, so I had to burn it and instead just learn from watching people. Like, oh, his leg is shaking when he is sitting too, so it must be okay. […]

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  • the road to knowledge

    “We seem to have a pathological impatience that makes us want to have the knowledge but not do the work of claiming it. The true material of knowledge is meaning. And the meaningful is the opposite of the trivial. And the only thing we glean from skimming and skipping forward is trivia, and the only […]

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