“Something is not right, and deep down you know it. In your life, in the world, in the answers and explanations you have been given – something is off and doesn’t line up. There’s a screw loose somewhere. It rattles when you log in and see the morning’s headlines. You can’t quite name it, but it’s there. You see it in people’s faces as you pass them in the grocery store. Something is perpetually missing. There’s a chronic discontent that lurks beneath the surface of your life. That’s on a good day.
There is a longing inside you. It shows itself as a questioning of the disharmony that you live in. It is your disharmony. It is your own questioning. It is your personal yearning.”
– Jim Palmer, Notes from (Over) the Edge