Life is like a jigsaw puzzle that came without a box

We as children did our best to put a picture together. Margoczi writes: Life is a jigsaw puzzle where our own life is at stake. Some of the pieces we find and put together during our life but others are given to us already put together in bigger chunks by our parents and teachers.

Given that life comes without a box cover, the picture of how the finished product should look, we do our best to put a coherent picture together, using the elements we find and using the elements our teachers, our parents give us, who also don’t know what the finished picture should look like.

We are really screwed. eight billion different pictures, each with elements of how it should be, how it ought to be, how it’s fair and how we should be treated, how we should rank in the world, what we should do.

A total mess.
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