How Far Should We Go?

“Always go too far, because that’s where you’ll find the truth.”

~ Albert Camus

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20 thoughts on “How Far Should We Go?

  1. Reblogged this on LifeRevelation and commented:
    I have a long history of pushing boundaries, looking over the edge, and going too far…but only recently have I discovered that is where the Truth is…but then again Truth has a way of sneaking up in some of the strangest places…be encouraged!

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  2. CS Lewis counselled that if we are on the wrong path the wise thing to do is to go back to the beginning and start again. Similarly Dietrich Beonhoffer, the German pastor executed by the Nazis two weeks before the end of the war, used a railroad analogy, ‘if you are on the wrong train there’s no point running back in the opposite direction.’ I am a navigator by trade, http://www.adrianclarkcv.wordpress.com for my resume, and I must warn you that going too far in the wrong direction will take you ever further from the truth.

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  4. WordsFallFromMyEyes

    Hi Eva, swinging by on the tail of a reblog. Got to say, I love Camus’ works. HAD to check you out, therefore!🙂

    Excellent quote, worthwhile words.

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