Wednesday, December 28, 2016

At the Existentialist Cafe

Although I am at work this holiday week, the clinic and administrative schedules are relatively light. I have been delving into books with enthusiasm (and with time to spare).

At the Existentialist Cafe by Susan Bakewell is no boring read on the history and characters of existentialism, in fact, it reads like a novel.

Thank you Jean-Paul Sarte for reminding us that existence and 'being' comes with options, that our day to day tasks need not be pre-ordained, overly encumbered and rigid.

Food for thought.

Good read. 

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