Destiny, the Inward Quest, Temporality and Life (Analecta

“There isn't any larger present to guy than to appreciate not anything of his fate”, broadcasts poet-philosopher Paul Valery. And but the looking out man or woman seeks endlessly to disentangle the networks of reports, wishes, inward promptings, own targets, and increased strivings which directed his/her life-course inside altering conditions so that it will observe his experience of existence. Literature seeks in several channels of perception the dominant threads of “the feel of life”, “the inward quest”, “the frames of experience” in achieving the inward assets of what we name ‘destiny’ encouraged by way of adventure and temporality which hold it on. This strange assortment unearths the deeper generative parts which shape experience of existence stretching among future and doom. They break out awareness of their metamorphic differences of the inexorable, irreversibility of time which undergoes varied interpretations within the levels interpreting our existence. Our key to existence needs to be ever found anew.

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0 Light Invisible, we praise Thee! Too bright for mortal vision. o Greater Light, we praise Thee for the less, The eastern light our spires touch at morning The light that stants upon our western doors at evening The twilight over stagnant pools at batflight, Moon light and star light, owl and moth light, GJow-worm glowlight on a grassbiade. o Light Invisible, we worship Thee!. ). In Tymieniecka's Tractatus Brevis, Section Two, Chapter One bears the title "The Primeval Light and The Birth of The Life-World" and Chapter Two, is titled "The Pass ions of Light".

At a given time, it is based where individuals are capable of retrieving ideals and corroborating their significance with their own living stream of existence. For instance, there are the roles by which Greek tragedy conducted and generated subliminal passions. It is true, that Aristotle in his Poetics pointed out that entire THE ONTO-POIESIS OF LIFE 35 network of devices which intensified emotions (hamartia - mimesis catharsis). It is the role of catharsis to reach into the subliminal cornucopia to evoke an emotional fullness that purifies us from all unimportant life concerns.

We will see this psychic openness to constitutive modes much more clearly still if we will consider that it is immersed in a quite different pre-conscious turmoil, a turmoil involving the arbitrary and deformed. "33 The idea of the human being as a cosmos in filigree is as old as Western Philosophy. ,,34 Pythagoras draws a parallel between the "harmony" he conceives to be central to the order of the cosmic spheres and the human being in whom body and soul have to work together in harmony on a miniature scale.

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