I read somewhere recently that the average person only reads 100 books in their lifetime.
I read a lot.
In fact I probably read more than 100 books in the last 2 years.
One of which, I more recently read, is to the right.
As a young man I used to think Philosophy was this silly kind of abstract way of thinking, that had no bearing on real life and consequently avoided it as a subject in school almost entirely — save for one elective here or there.
I’ve since matured a little bit. I now view philosophy as directly relating to my sense of spiritual well-being. I’m not religious, I’m fairly agonistic actually but I believe in human spirituality and I think philosophy now might be the best way to embrace your own sense of spirituality. Continue reading Linear Expectations