~18 min read · Oct 13th · Has the world gone grey? Are you wondering what life is for? Kierkegaard’s philosophy could help you rediscover your zing
Sometimes, the questions ‘Why am I here?’ and ‘What’s it all for?’ haunt you gently like a soft wingbeat with barely a whisper, but sometimes they can feel as if they are asphyxiating your entire being.
‘Whoever has learned to be anxious in the right way has learned the ultimate.’
A leap is what Kierkegaard calls an ‘inward deepening’, which recognises that the world is uncertain, but you can make a bold choice about the kind of life you want to lead. A leap is beyond the realm of feelings (aesthetic sphere) and commitments (ethical sphere).