The Human Condition I.

We consume, we buy. We collect things. We build, we acquire. We make things look pretty and hide things that don’t. We admire, desire and judge what passes through our five senses. We create aversions to things we judge to be bad. We crave. We remember and we plan. We create stories and live by them; we have hopes and dreams that keep us occupied. We run in circles, we live in cycles, our lives repeat themselves and we create new stories to explain it. Sometimes we think and think and think the same things, over and over.

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~ by kcanderson on July 13, 2008.

2 Responses to “The Human Condition I.”

  1. So what happens if we don’t think, I suppose that’s why ignorance is bliss?

  2. Hm.

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