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The Existential Imagination by Frederick R. Karl
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Jan 24, 2012

it was amazing
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This book really helped me to form my view of life. After reading it I thought that Life made more sense. I started to believe that we just are, and that there's nothing incredible or special about our time as sentient beings. Some people might find this depressing, but when I read this book it made me feel very happy. To me, life isn't complicated; it has no meaning. And some people might then think we shouldn't care how we treat each other if Life is meaningless. I came away with a different interpretation. I think that because we are all sharing our lives with each other for what little time we live, we should treat each other with the utmost respect so all our short lives are as wonderful as possible. I wish everyone else felt this way.
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