As I Climb That Mountain again after months of exile, the familiar route feels distant and new.
As though my mind is in Aporia, I look up at the old map that worked its way up. Looking faded and tattered, really difficult to comprehend.
Looks like the whole world around me is in jeopardy . And I feel a sense of Ataraxia.
Does it feel any better when you find the road ahead all rickety with rocks meddled at you , you still searching the Ousia of your existence in this strange world.
So begin by imbibing Misology and following the flow that my heart wishes to go to.
Ultimately, the Aletheia is my return as prodigal son to the pages of writing, into thy arms of my long lost muse.
Sufjan Stevens is a Canadian singer you don’t probably know but he has just taught people a lot of new and old words with the tracklisting of his latest spacesynth album APORIA.
Writing a prompt using few words from the album and its meaning:
Climb That Mountain – it means what it says 🙂
Aporia – an expression of a simulated or real doubt
Ataraxia – is the untroubled and tranquil condition of the soul
Ousia – true being : entity, essence, substance (Merriam Webster Dictionary)
Misology – is the hatred of reasoning
Aletheia – Truth or disclosure in philosophy (Greek)
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