sometimes

I get lost in the boundaries between different aspects of my life.

Or rather, its that the boundaries are so thick, I can’t differentiate one aspect from another. So one slips away while the one present at hand dominates.

I don’t think I’m alone. Heidegger might call each aspect a “mode of being”, and the modes of my being are often mutually exclusive.

That’s one way to explain it. It doesn’t necessarily solve the problem. If I can’t see the bill paying hat when I’m in sponge selling land, I’m left with a buttload of late fees and a lack of an overarching plan.

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