A Journey Through Existential Crisis

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Act I: You

You’re different.

You feel like you don’t truly belong anywhere.

There are things you feel and experience that are unexplainable. And most people wouldn’t even be able to grasp it if you told them.

Most aspects of society are disillusioning to you. Many facets of physical reality are limiting to you, but you’ve tasted both the infinite bliss of the present moment and the fearless abyss that exists beyond. You know your own power, you feel your deepest truth and that’s what gives you the strength to keep going.

You’re a tightrope walker, walking between worlds. Sometimes you fall into one or the other, sometimes you jump into one or the other, sometimes you dance along the tightrope and sometimes you find yourself paralyzed, looking down from unfathomable heights with existential dread. Whatever it is, it is. Let it happen. It’s just a circus act.

You’re a pioneer, exploring uncharted territory. You brush up against the walls of mystery only to realize that they’re just thin veils.

You see through the illusions. Your vision pierces through the darkest night.

You paint the unseen with colors imperceptible to the human eye.

You’ve awakened from the slumber of a fake, gift box reality and burst into the infinite swirling layers of existence.

You throw yourself into the ocean of the unknown. And as scared as you are, you understand that you’re really a drop in that ocean; an intrinsic part, a microcosm of the whole.

You’re not content on the surface. You dive deep, just to see how far you can go. Because, to you, the thought of leaving so much unexplored is far worse than drowning in the depths.

This is the path of the seeker and you wouldn’t have it any other way.

You’re different, you’re unique, but you’re not alone.

Act II: Me

I’m different.

I feel like I don’t truly belong anywhere.

There are things I feel and experience that are unexplainable. And most people wouldn’t even be able to grasp it if I told them.

Most aspects of society are disillusioning to me. Many facets of physical reality are limiting to me, but I’ve tasted both the infinite bliss of the present moment and the fearless abyss that exists beyond. I know my own power, I feel my deepest truth and that’s what gives me the strength to keep going.

I’m a tightrope walker, walking between worlds. Sometimes I fall into one or the other, sometimes I jump into one or the other, sometimes I dance along the tightrope and sometimes I find myself paralyzed, looking down from unfathomable heights with existential dread. Whatever it is, it is. Let it happen. It’s just a circus act.

I’m a pioneer, exploring uncharted territory. I brush up against the walls of mystery only to realize that they’re just thin veils.

I see through the illusions. My vision pierces through the darkest night.

I paint the unseen with colors imperceptible to the human eye.

I’ve awakened from the slumber of a fake, gift box reality and burst into the infinite swirling layers of existence.

I throw myself into the ocean of the unknown. And as scared as I am, I understand that I’m really a drop in that ocean; an intrinsic part, a microcosm of the whole.

I’m not content on the surface. I dive deep, just to see how far I can go. Because, to me, the thought of leaving so much unexplored is far worse than drowning in the depths.

This is the path of the seeker and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I’m different, I’m unique, but I’m not alone.

Act III: We

We’re different.

We feel like we don’t truly belong anywhere.

There are things we feel and experience that are unexplainable. And most people wouldn’t even be able to grasp it if we told them.

Most aspects of society are disillusioning to us. Many facets of physical reality are limiting to us, but we’ve tasted both the infinite bliss of the present moment and the fearless abyss that exists beyond. We know our own power, we feel our deepest truth and that’s what gives us the strength to keep going.

We’re tightrope walkers, walking between worlds. Sometimes we fall into one or the other, sometimes we jump into one or the other, sometimes we dance along the tightrope and sometimes we find ourselves paralyzed, looking down from unfathomable heights with existential dread. Whatever it is, it is. Let it happen. It’s just a circus act.

We’re pioneers, exploring uncharted territory. We brush up against the walls of mystery only to realize that they’re just thin veils.

We see through the illusions. Our vision pierces through the darkest night.

We paint the unseen with colors imperceptible to the human eye.

We’ve awakened from the slumber of a fake, gift box reality and burst into the infinite swirling layers of existence.

We throw ourselves into the ocean of the unknown. And as scared as we are, we understand that we’re really a drop in that ocean; an intrinsic part, a microcosm of the whole.

We’re not content on the surface. We dive deep, just to see how far we can go. Because, to us, the thought of leaving so much unexplored is far worse than drowning in the depths.

This is the path of the seeker and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

We’re different, we’re unique, but we’re not alone.
 

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