The Big Questions

I’ve happened across a new-to-me blog called seeking clarity, and I’m drawn to the writer’s style. She is sincere, candid, and asks important questions.

I can’t even get to Ellensburg without a confidence crisis; how the hell am I supposed to choose at this fork? Left or right? East or west? And what if I think I’m turning one way and I suddenly realize that I’m going the wrong way? What if I’ve been going the wrong way all along?

In the entry, Diana explores the versions of her life. This is always fascinating — we are complex, and our lives can be viewed from numerous vantage points. Her post reminded me of the concept of metaphors of the self.

Such an important question: is there a right way through life, and if so, how am I supposed to know? I’m interested in your opinions.

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One Comment on “The Big Questions”

  1. Diana Says:

    Thanks so much for the nice compliments! I’ll definitely read the article about metaphors of the self.