Paul Sturdee is a retired teacher of philosophy who prefers a contemplative life. He publishes under the pseudonym “Wen Wryte,” and his work has appeared in Merion West, Areo, and American Thinker.
A recent article in Quillette by Freya India raises the age-old problem of how to understand the connection between suffering and meaning in one’s life. India’s argument is that some suffering is unavoidable, but more suffering may be beneficial if one is able to understand its advantages. Generation
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