Existential Creativity

‘I herewith exit from ordinary reality!’

I’ve had the magnificent fortune of recently changing my mind. Though words are poor substitutes for the full weight of ideas, the kinds that acquire gravitational fields in the formless expanse of one’s mind, the changing of a single word redesigned my interior cosmology. I used to express my mind’s orbital center as philosophy’s age-old question: how…

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Oshan Jarow

Oshan Jarow

Interested in many things, like consciousness, meditation & economics. Sure of nothing, like how to exist well, or play the sax (yet). More: www.MusingMind.org.

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