“The unexamined life is not worth living…” – Socrates, Genius Greek Philosopher
Since moving into my van, known as “The Mothership”, I’ve been forced to examine my life and its constituents more than ever before; perhaps my greatest self-experiment yet. The results have been insightful and somewhat uncomfortable thus far. And at times so intense that I’ve actually forgotten there is a life to be lived!
The goal of this post is to share just what it’s like to live in day-to-day solitude; Part 1 explores the conscious-living enhancement that has both surprised and enlightened me; I will share with you the lessons that have come along with this, (by conscious-living, I mean paying real, undivided attention to how you live your day-to-day life; something which I feel 95% of the planet rarely do).