what square do you land on?

This question provides context to a journey we are on. I like it for the structural end, middle, and begginning it implies. It is grace for the Wanderer, and freedom for the Novice.

We aren’t on anyone’s timetable, which is a grace- figuring out the meat of life doesn’t require being swift.

The questions we’re asking take time. Time that is available, and if we remember this we are freed from the social desire to pick a side before truly considering.

But do we all land somewhere?

I think, sometimes, it’s okay to not get to the final opinion on a subject. Finality in “knowing” doesn’t determine our success in life (thank goodness).

And the final square is only that for as long as the game stays the same.

Author: Ben Fridge

thecollegeminimalist.com

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