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Nobody’s Life But Mine.

I’ve written a book. One cannot truly describe experience.  Poets, philosophers, artists and writers and countless people have been trying to describe the ultimate mystery of experience since the beginning of time. This, which we can only point to.  Meaning, purpose and wisdom can be found in the divine, symbolic meta-stories of our great spiritual traditions and religions. And all around lies the awesome truth we all share, hidden in plain sight, beyond meaning or measure. Apparently, we live life as language-grounded human subjects, what Fernand Deligny calls our “thought-out-project”, (Milton, 2016), bound by the straight jacket of humanity,…

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