The Self-Inquiring Mind
Self inquiry is never trifling. It’s always involved with considerations of significant importance, always leading to another significant issue. It always raises questions that can never be fully answered, questions to which we need, want and are compelled to return.
The struggles involved in the fleeting bounds of self inquiry, in which we all engage (knowingly or liking it or not), is akin our efforts to making noise into music, distraction into image or picture, and dissonance into amiable affinities.