New Philosopher

SEARCHING FOR A WHY

“He who has a ‘why’ for which to live can bear with almost any ‘how’.”
— Friedrich Nietzsche

As we float on the ocean of life, we may at times be faced with Psychologists put a gentler spin on it, enquiring what might be our ‘purpose’:

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