4 Philosophical Questions You Should Ask Yourself to Understand Life

And why they matter

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We often allow ourselves to become fearful of our own thoughts, as we become afraid to be alone with them. But we must take an opportunity to be alone with our thoughts and look to understand our varied viewpoints on life; our own understanding of life.

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Brenden Weber

Brenden Weber

Chaotically curious and tragically confused…welcome to my labyrinth. For my more personal stories… https://aphilosophersstone.substack.com/

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