A Question

At some point during life, one must ask the question “If, in fact, the external world is utterly meaningless, is the personal meaning we attribute to things enough?”

…but this question inevitably leads to several even pokier ones, including: “If we happen to discover this inherent meaninglessness, is it preferable to laugh or cry?”

And, “If one does not get around to asking this question in life, is it worth doing so after death, or best left alone?”Thought_2


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