A Philosophical Question that Can Set You Free

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I don’t identify as a philosopher nor I read any heavy complicated philosophical literature. Though I find myself traveling to philosophy land quite often. I’ve always been curious about humans, the nature of reality, and the beliefs that structure our lives.

I find people fascinating, but I never quite understand what makes people different, yet similar at the same time.

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I like exploring the complexity underlying our ideas, emotions, stories, norms, and lives.

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I like exploring the complexity underlying our ideas, emotions, stories, norms, and lives.

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