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Embracing Uncertainty

It’s not just that we are trying to find security in an ever-changing universe. Is that to achieve it means we separate ourselves from the world. It’s trying to hold our breath to preserve it forever. 

We have to understand there is no security. No permanence. But to truly understand means we have to accept we are insecurity

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Life-long learner. Passionate about leadership, entrepreneurship, philosophy, Buddhism & SF. Founder @deepstash.

Alan Watts at his best, making a strong case for Taoism as antidote to meaning gap created by Christianity.

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