Job coaching, torturing, and integrated classrooms bring people like Brian into societies light, hopefully making people see their own intolerance/ignorance- first stepa towards change.
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Written in ‘01 after working with people with developmental disabilities I befriended an Autistic boy named Brian.
An old man is on vacation in the Philippines.
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And all of these thoughts bring me back to my first understanding of purpose set forth by my first experience with love.
I am overtaken by these thoughts as I write them down. I obsess over them happily until I tire and fall asleep.
The same sleep that first felt like a “mire” is now something different.
To search is to have purpose.
I am also referring back to the concepts of man’s mind being the center of his capacity to work, through thought- this thought which put man on the moon.
It’s this thought, or purpose which makes life worth having.
Without the search for truth there is no direction, there is nothing to die for which means nothing to live for.
If this is true I don’t want to stop searching.
To not search for the truth is to give power to the lie.
To search for the truth leaves nothing for the lie, the page represents the human mind, the marker represents the power and influence of a lie…in this case there is none.
Home is my mind, with nothing to offer to the world outside of it.
My soul searches for God, the meaning of life, and through my faith- Christian.
Furthers the point made earlier.