Much like Alaska in John Green’s book looking for Alaska, she always wondered “How do you get out of the labyrinth of suffering”. Im posting this question here to see how people feel about the labyrinth and what the labyrinth means to them.
Alaska’s answer was : Straight and Fast
Mine: With enough navigation and intuition
Society & Culture
asked June 15, 2014 6 Answers
To get out of it quickly and 'correctly'. There is an exit to the depression, trust me. Don't end up like those who could not escape and decide physical harm is their best option.
With courage and impenetrable inner contentment.
The only way out is to battle your mind. Stop thinking of it as a labyrinth and more as a tiny shed. Take back your mind and become the person you want to be.
By knowing that there is someone at the end waiting for you, even if you can't see them yet.
I think if we all really knew that, humankind would lose something of its essence. It would be happier, perhaps, but there's no real poetry or flavour in total contentment.
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