Question of the Month
What’s The Most Important Question, and Why?
The following answers to this question of questions each win a random book.
I once heard a story explaining what it is to be a philosopher. Imagine you live your life from birth with your tribe within a large cabin. This cabin and the land around it provides you with all you need to be content and in some ways happy: sustenance, warmth and mild entertainment. Beyond the cabin gardens lies an empty wasteland, devoid of any allure. Living in your cabin you would find no reason to leave it or your immediate surroundings, yet a few might through curiosity or some other aspect of the human condition find reason to venture forth into the unknown, despite the surface evidence suggesting that there is no worth in doing so.