(Why) You Should Appreciate Your Desires

The Happiness Paradox.

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“I think where I am not, therefore I am where I do not think. I am not whenever I am the plaything of my thought; I think of what I am where I do not think to think.”

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“The reason we go to poetry is not for wisdom, but for the dismantling of wisdom.”

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

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