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That Gnawing Sense of Meaninglessness

When all the comfortable worldviews fail us.

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Most of the time we go about our lives comfortably ensconced in a worldview of one sort or another that provides all the values necessary to keep us engaged. For some of us this worldview is a religion. For others it a more secular way of seeing things.

The central point to all that matters

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Walt McLaughlin

Walt McLaughlin

Philosopher of wildness, writing about the divine in nature, being human, and backcountry excursions.

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