Conclusions

My life is a journey. I have been on this journey now for 46 years. In this time I have come to the conclusion that conclusions are deaths. I am slowly stopping coming to conclusions in favour of simply continuing the journey. Most conclusions are symbolic of stagnation or a stopping of some sort along the way. To conclude anything seems somewhat arrogant on the one hand as it suggests a certain omniscience. On the other hand it can also suggest a kind of giving up – a sense that, in the face of all there is to know and experience (and all we must humbly admit we cannot, nor ever know) we must simply pick a point along the way and stop…making that place definitive of that part of the journey.

No I think I will simply keep journeying and meeting other travelers along the way to compare notes with, learn from and teach what I can.

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