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    What To Do When Existential Dread Strikes?

    Existential flashes — moments where you become very aware of your own existence — can hit anytime, anywhere, and without invitation or fair warning. Maybe you’re riding your bicycle on a brilliant, blue day taking in the sights and...

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    • Hi Van. Thanks for your post again. You introduce an entirely new perspective to the community that many people have probably never even though about. Keep up the great work!

    • Great article. Very thought-provoking and relevant t me. It hit me one day that I am me, but who am I? I haven’t freaked out about it but do dwell on from time time. I call it “thinking about my brain, with my brain”.

      Be great if you had hyperlinked your sources.

    • Good article. You realize this article could probably cause some people to face there “oneness”. I’ve been reading into this quite a bit lately; by what I’ve seen some people are considering it somewhat of a step up in human consciousness or evolution.

      There’s a book by Eckhart Tolle called “New Earth” that’s is, I guess a self help book that is basically about the subject. It shows you how to embrace it. I’ve read it a few times, I can’t put it down once I start reading it. You might find it interesting.

    • The depths of my existential examination of myself revolve mostly around the futility and pointlessness of our lives if we do not create something bigger than the self. For some this seems to come in the form of “attaining immortality” of a sorts through procreation. Still others continue even so far as to live vicariously through the activities of their children, often pushing them into activities more enjoyed by the parents or driven by the beliefs of the parents, sometimes to the point of delusional or erratic and even obsessive behavior. In my particular case, while perhaps still delusional to some degree, I think about the potential, not to be remembered or to live on infinitely as a memory, but to leave something tangible behind that actually serves to the direct and tangible benefit of the people.

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