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Apertures of Consciousness

Prescient truths from a certain uncertainty

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“There are no facts, only interpretations.”
Friedrich Nietzsche

In the way that we cling to stability and progress, while only keeping the unpredictable nature of life at a daydreams distance, we risk mishandling our navigation through reality, assuming arrogantly that we…




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