Life is experiential. Every life is an experience. What sounds pretty simple, is incredibly difficult to acknowledge. Really acknowledge, take it in, and live by it. We are so busy all the time that we forget to feel life. And once we do feel it, we tend to drown it quickly with something else. Trying to escape the feeling of our raison d’être. At some point in our life, we ask ourselves the famous and also scary question: why am I here? What is my aim, what is my raison d’être?
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