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We float with little sense of boundaries. I feel like this doubt is not acknowledged or appreciated enough in day-to-day life. Convention dictates certainty in the most bizarre places…what we know is very confusing. Even in quantum mechanics – existence at its … Continue reading
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What is life without a brain like? Does it move with blissful equanimity? Or does it feel frustratingly on the verge of something?