My whole life I thought I had to live a life that I could present to myself at the end. Now I realize I have to live a life I’m pleased with. This is a new game.
Do you ever fear that your to do list will end, there will be no errands to run or chores to do, no projects to finish, to appointments to make. Then what will you do?
One day you will consider the very basis of your entire worldview and ask yourself ‘what if it’s all a lie?’
My oldest sister shocked us when she revealed that her husband of 8 years has discovered that he is transgender and had begun transitioning into a woman. Their 7 year old daughter was also questioning her gender and dressed/identified as a boy for several months. I haven’t talked much with my sister in the past year. I think she is angry with me because I did not support her letting her young daughter change her gender. Most of my family is deeply religious and although they love my sister and her children they do not support her living with a transgender partner. I honestly do not feel qualified to really comment on the transgender issue. I don’t know much about it and I feel in so position to pass judgement. My sister finally agreed to have dinner with me tonight. I just want my sister back. I want her and her children to be happy and healthy both physically and mentally. It’s not my place to judge or intervene with the gender issues. I hope it goes well….
In order to determine whether there is anything we can know with certainty we must first doubt everything we know.
It is one of the basic tenants of logotherapy that man’s main concern is not to gain pleasure or to avoid pain but rather to see a meaning in his life.
I just don’t know if I agree with this. Is it really our main concern? Please thoughts anyone?
I write my thoughts with the sincerest hope that one day I will have earned them the significance to be read.