Truth Of One
"In Heidegger's view, Unheimlich is the fundamental groundlessness of our existence, this profoundly felt sense of not-being-at-home, wherever one would be.
It is that strange sensation, a discomfort regarding the very fact that things make sense and that this meaningful space is fragile and can break down easily."
Katherine Withy [paraphrased] in "Heidegger On Being Uncanny"
And yet (this is me): it is also a threshold that lets you know that something else could be possible (giving you, amongst other things including the opposite, choice to stay rather than feeling trapped), that everything could be always in negotiation, other combinations, or other realities we don't have yet the words to contain with.10:00 - 12:00