Subtitle: Or, at the least, I think I believe
Sub-subtitle: Or, at the most, I believe I know
Embedded in history is an inherently cyclical element. Things happen – thoughts and feelings, words and deeds, intentions and actions, encounters with others and with one’s self – that bear striking resemblances to those of the past.
At (most?) times, there seems to be little meaning to be drawn from this occurrence. But sometimes things that look and feel like the past can be reflective lenses into which one can look to assess whether one has gained any wisdom (knowledge of the world and one’s self) and understanding (how to apply that wisdom to one’s life in the world). And, in this, the question fairly can be asked, has anything been learned?
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