[SEQ RERUN] Existential Angst Factory

by MinibearRex 1 min read7th Jul 20127 comments


Today's post, Existential Angst Factory was originally published on 19 July 2008. A summary (taken from the LW wiki):


As a general rule, if you find yourself suffering from existential angst, check and see if you're not just feeling unhappy because of something else going on in your life. An awful lot of existential angst comes from people trying to solve the wrong problem.

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