The same way in which mental health for individuals comes from finding a balanced harmony between consciousness and the unconscious, so too will world health come from a balanced harmony between life and death.
Who am I? What am I talking about when I say “I”? What is a “self”? Who, in fact, is even asking these questions?
On Tuesday, December 9th at 7pm in Los Angeles we will be hosting the first event of The Open, and will be using Daniel Quinn’s “Ishmael” as our jumping-off point.
Live The Questions is not just a website; it represents an ethos for authentic engagement with a community of ideas. Such a community is built around peer intimacy. “The Open” is precisely this space for discussion, presentation, and conversation about what matters most.
The best work happens through collaboration. All ideas originate within a community of knowledge built from mentors, peers, and the great writers and artists who have inspired us. This section is dedicated to the books and cultural artifacts that are meaningful to this project.