Saturday, November 13, 2010

It burns within me

It burns within me; the desire to know. It dances in circles around my senses, teasing me, close within my grasp. But I feel that the more I learn the less I know.

I feel that as I grow larger in learning I grow closer to less, and closer to knowing.
It's a delicious yet scary enigma.


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Anonymous said...

Boy, do I identify with that! The closer I think I'm getting, the greater the mystery and further away it becomes. I've had dreams like that, symbolizing a loss of control. The more I let the ego get control, the further away the carrot. Not surprising considering the job of the ego.
How come you're not blogging right now?

Anonymous said...

There is a name for it and it is called existential angst. I recall asking someone about it and that was the name given by a professor from Princeton. I mention the university as a way of propping up my argument (logical fallacy). Just stay with the feeling and let it burn. Eventually it will go away. There is a great book called Focusing that you may wish to get. It trains the person on how to just stay in a given situation.