Facing the Answers — Repost

The world is filled to the brim with uncertainties and discrepancies. It’s often hard to face the difficult questions, to face the grim realities of life. As our parents and grandparents age, fear grows in our minds like the rancid stench of butchered gazelle decaying on the savanna. We are reminded of our own mortality, our own fragility. […]

Facing the Answers — existential ergonomics

2 thoughts on “Facing the Answers — Repost

  1. I’m with you in so many ways. I retreat any chance I get because that’s where I’m most comfortable. And TBH, I don’t CARE about things that are inane. Banal conversations bore me to tears. I’m working on that because I realize they are important to some (as you mentioned), including people I care about. But the struggle is real (and I often don’t succeed). In any case, they say you’re as only as good as the people you surround yourself with, and I’m glad to be “surrounded on WP” by people like you, Wynne Leon, Victoria Ponders, and others. I enjoy your thoughtful and very real posts. 🤍

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    1. Thank you for your kind words! Yes, banal conversations are tough, but often necessary. It is nice to find friends, even online, that we can connect with and have deeper discussions with.

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