'I am still racing against time…But now this race is an existential one.'
Tag: existential crisis
A poem on post-operative delirium and the moment that hinges between life and death which reveals the sheer precarity of existence.
I Look at Me and Realise That It’s Not Me
When did I grow so much? How did this happen so suddenly? Is sudden the correct word for it?
In this poem, the author navigates his grief after an accident left him paralysed.
Excerpt: A Satirical Take on Jean Paul Sartre’s ‘Being And Nothingness’
An excerpt from Juan Kaius' 'Binge and Nothingness', a book on ‘being’ in the generation of ‘binge’.
The Doomscrolling of J. Alfred Prufrock
Last night, I had decided that today would be different.
We All Know That We Will Die, So Why Do We Struggle to Believe It?
To realise that death is inevitable and that the world can and will continue without you is to experience existential shock.