SELF-AWARENESS

Rebellion through doubt

How can I know that I know what I think I know? I can’t.

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My sense of rebellion is increasingly turned on myself and my own ideas:

What is so special about what I believe?

Why should I keep holding onto something just because I’ve held onto it this long so far?

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Writer, photographer, tree-hugger, animal-lover, dissident.

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Kollibri terre Sonnenblume

Kollibri terre Sonnenblume

Writer, photographer, tree-hugger, animal-lover, dissident.

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