On a windy, blustery day alone in the East Mojave Desert I stood and walked and talked and remembered and recounted and critiqued again the objectives and principles upon which my simple life are founded. Handling each idea one after another, holding and considering and admiring and attempting to take apart and perhaps discard. What a very worthwhile use of time it is to challenge the bedrock upon which my life does stand. And what better purpose of living than to reject these feign structures where I find them should they prove unsound or unjust or untrue in any way. Perhaps one day I will be honest enough to leave them all at the doorstep of my safe and sane living and perspective, in order to go alone then into the deeper places where reflection and doubt and love and every effort of life return just one true answer - The Great Indifference.
My name is Kurt Bell.
You can learn more about The Good Life in my book Going Alone.
Be safe... But not too safe.