Tag Archives: Jean-Paul Sartre

Wall-Mounting My Existential Crisis

Once or twice a year something triggers a mild existential melancholy where I lose track of my place in the world. I was once told that this is a common feature of growing older. An innocuous observation the other day … Continue reading

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Absurdity Day

I arrived at a decrepit, aging warehouse, in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco, on a brilliantly sunny morning.  Just inside the entrance was a modern waiting room, filled with lush, hanging ferns and several potted palm trees. I walked up to the … Continue reading

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Existential Saturday

Sometimes a person needs to just sit down and think about our existance as an individual and a group.  I’m not thinking about an existential crisis, I’ve had mine already.  I’m getting at having an existential moment. I’ve been reading … Continue reading

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