Well, I saw this picture, and correct me if I'm wrong, but a lot of what you say seemed to line up with this theory. So I was just wondering if you identify yourself as a post-modernist.
Maybe not the last one so much, or what do you say?
And I really shouldn't narrow down the whole definition of post modernism into what this one photo is saying in the first place...so don't take it so seriously :)
Oh cool I like those points a lot, agreeing that maybe the third one is maybe at least just a little more complicated that. I would say if I just had to choose, I lean towards mystic tendencies. Which in summary is just that like....the more we try to explain why and how we are here the less we really understand it, and embracing that nothingness is really the purest "reality" we can experience. I appreciate your caveat about not taking it too seriously, wish that was understood every time any two people had a conversation about beliefs. Truth is, I think what we do and how we are is more important than why we are. WE'RE ALL HERE NOW MAN! WOO!
Would you say you identify yourself as more of a postmodernist?Corey Kilgannon responded on 04/16/2018 Next question
Corey, has your father heard your song 23 Years? What did he say?
You don't have to answer if it's too personal, but I'm asking because my parents have gone through some tough times and the song resembles their relationship. It brought me to tears listening to the song (more like sobbing) and thinking about what they must have gone through, especially my mother. I feel so bad for her, but also through them I learn what the true meaning of love is, to die together. My parents are still together, but I sometimes think what it would be like if they had separated because it's often unbearingly painful to see them struggle. And I get so confused and I don't know how to simply "be" between the two as their daughter. It's not merely the matter of who's side I take because it's much more complicated than that. I've just had more time to think since I'm not with them right now (college). The distance definitely helps, but I'm afraid of what's to come when I go back to see them in the summer...