Authentic and meaningless | on the edge

“What should be clear now is that our denial of what we know, whatever its price, serves to protect us from the full angst-filled brunt of that knowledge. In so doing, the price we pay – inauthenticity – for the momentary illusion of security and certainty may seem worth its cost. . . . . . . . From an authentic perspective, it is our embrace of uncertainty and openness to what is before us that permits those ‘leaps of faith’ into the unknown.” Ernesto Spinelli

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