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Maps of Meaning

Meaning is innate to the being of our very existence, and I don't use innate lightly. Logically cohesive patterns of thought unite in meaning every time we learn something new or remember something important.

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Maps of Meaning

The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it.

- Carl Jung (1875-1961)

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Maps of Meaning

Meaning is innate to the being of our very existence, and I don't use innate lightly. Logically cohesive patterns of though​t​ unite in meaning every time we learn something new or remember something important. We have an internal parsing ability within our epiphenomenal projections and adaptive selves.


Carl Jung

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