Thursday, May 31, 2012

Of fragility of meaning

There seems to exist one positive feedback that grants everybody the chance to be happy. The reality in which one is involved with can creates all the themes that are going to be recurring and meaningful to them. After all, it’s very easy to make things meaningful.

It’s one of my observations in my experiments with the Wehmut Process. From all routines I’ve created for analysis, every single one of them became meaningful to me. It’s like whatever relation with the world can bring crests we can rejoice at.

As any attempt at life can have its own feeling of completeness, the notion of importance loses validation in these grounds of subjectivity. If everything can bear such meaning, meaning itself becomes meaningless…

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