Extroversion, self-expression, existential exhibitionism, solipsism, ego, and
THE DREAM OF BEING
The following excerpt from THE DREAM OF BEING: aphorisms, ideograms, and aislings, by Jack Haas, metaphorically describes the nature of the extroverted ego, seeking validity from the manifest through self-expression, exhibitionism, and solipsistic perspectives.
                                            the self

    
Like volcanoes do we emerge, built up and destroyed by our own eructations. Life is naught but existential exhibitionism- the show and tell of nothing's somethingness; we suffer to become, then we become, then we suffer because we will cease, then we cease; yea, we force the separate self to exist and then grieve that it must die.
     To manifest oneself intentionally upon life is naught but existential exhibitionism; the show and tell of nothing's somethingness. Self is the last nail in its own coffin. Only the obscure person is safe from their own self.
One gets tricked into existing  cajoled by the ubiquity of insufficient potentialities; a nobody clinging to somebodiness.
     Self
is the temptation.

     A scaffolding is raised around a structure in order to repair it. Eventually, however, the inner structure crumbles and is forgotten. Generations later only  the tottering scaffolding remains. But by then it is called self.        
       
Jack Haas has been called "The Kerouac of the new millennium."(FW) He is a wilderness explorer, world traveller, and shares his time between British Columbia, Hawaii, Ireland, and India.

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