The universe is too vast to comprehend; it's infinite, in fact. Yet I know that it is splendid.
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This is one of the many pieces I wrote several years ago while I was taking care of my mom during hospice.
Much of my philosophy was crystallized during this period.
I wrote this in thinking through my despair. And there is a difference, between depression and despair. Depression is clinical, but despair is philosophical. And I think we often mistake the two—and for many of us, what we suffer from is despair. It may even take our life.
And for me, philosophy saved me from despair. And hopefully—with this piece—I can help others who are also going through despair…
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