A survey into our existence
From my little hut
Thieves took everything
The moon stayed behind
The Odyssey to “Who are you – survey into our existence” is an quest with many stages. The search for “Who are you” is about you and me and all that is in connection with us. Nothing is on beforehand excluded. Are you and I connected or are we separated? What makes you to the person who you are? Who are you before your birth and who will you be after your death? The answer to these questions is currently unknown, but nevertheless we raise these questions.
The Supreme Way is not difficult,
It simply dislikes choosing.
The first part of this contemporary Odyssey includes our oneness and separation and also our connectedness in mutual trust.
The second part of this quest deals with five common realities.
Section 2.1 is an exploration of "facts and logic" during a holiday week in Florence, where the three main characters consider the transition from Medieval Scholastic to Renaissance. At the same time they explore the limits of "facts and logic", the boundaries of science, life and death, the hereafter, God, and the possibility of God in the form of a man, the mind of the warrior and the foreshadows of the Reformation. This report of this section is available via another web page under "Books" on the website of Omnia – Amsterdam Publisher.
Section 2.2 is an exploration of "intensities and association" in Amsterdam, where Carla Drift, Man Leben and Narrator consider the Reformation and the consequences thereof in Holland. During this part of the survey they look into iconoclasm, a personal relationship with God, Calvinistic predestination, fear for freedom, capitalism, to have or to be, the end of time, "My life closed twice before it's close" by Emily Dickinson and the Buddhist question "One what is that".
|Author||Jan van Origo|
Who are you – A survey into our existence / Part 2.2
Five common realities – Intensities and associations
9789491633157 – E-book
9789491633157 – Paperback edition
E-book in PDF-format – 13 MB
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|Format||A5 – format|
|Publisher||Omnia - Amsterdam Publisher|
|Publication||Published in 2013|
National Library of the Netherlands
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