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Two Aspects of Awe

  • Vastness. It refers to the feeling of something perceived to be much bigger than yourself, which leads to a diminished sense of self.
  • Accommodation. When we experience awe, we have to accommodate what we have just experienced. It can be terrifying when we fail to understand and enlightening when we succeed.

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