The Existentialist

Existential Writer / Speaker / Coach

The Existentist

Philosophy, psychology and motivation for a life of purpose and passion.
Discovering what it means to be truly alive.

  • Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
  • +9193-2020-1350

About: Happiness

The Existentialist is an extension of About:Happiness, committed to helping our clients lead richer, fuller, happier, more meaningful, more fulfiling lives. We help you find your answers to age old questions like:

What's my life purpose? 90%
How can I be truly happy? 70%
How do I become my best self? 95%
What's my role in the the world? 60%

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  • Swing When You're Winning

    Swing When You're Winning

    Listen man  you've got to swing when you're winning
    When the moment feels right
    You've got to capitalise
    When you feel the fabric of the universe laid bare
    You must identify it's every detail, learn every groove, feel the intricacy
    When you feel the force of life gushing through your veins
    You've got to let it run wild and guide you, become you, let loose
    When you feel the animal unleash,
    you must let it find it's prey.

    It's ok to feel strong
    It's ok to feel powerful
    It's ok to feel invincible
    It's ok to win
    Man, when the moment comes, you must be willing to let it in.

    You may stand tall enough
    ...and find the world crumbling below you
    You may find the world bow at your feet
    Don't fear, don't retaliate
    Just feel your fear, your energy
    Let your passions breathe.....

    Swing when you're winning,
    it's not going to happen all the time
    cease the moment when it's yours
    etch it into your memory, feed the ego
    replenish your soul with the world's bounty
    fill yourself up for the next drought
    cause you wont be swingin forever
    tomorrow will be tough.

    (Title inspired by a Robbie Williams album)

  • Try Again

    Try Again

    How many lessons must a man learn, before he can finally begin to live?
    How could he have ever learnt enough?

    How many mistakes must a man make before the lessons are embedded in his head?
    How many scars can he possibly erase?

    How many risks can a man avoid, before he makes the leap of faith?
    Can there ever be a thing like too much caution?

    How much certainty will guarantee that this next step will not be a mistake?
    How can he be sure anyway?

    How likely may a man predict the outcome of an arbitrarily probabilistic event to be favourable?
    Whyever might he believe it could ever be in his favour?

    How does man add up his karma points to know what he really deserves?
    Can he be sure of karma at all?

    How much can a man rely on his gut feeling if it promises to fulfil his dreams?
    Why might he ever trust something that cant be defined?

    How much suffering must a man go through before he can taste redemption?
    Will his suffering ever end?

    How many times must a man lose before he can emerge victorious amons a sea of corpses?
    Will he still know what it's like to win?

    How many betrayals must a man crash through before he can build an indestructible empire of faith?
    And after all this will he still trust?

    But trust he must and he will, in himself and the Other. Despite his mistakes and losses, through the suffering and betrayal, however uncertain his fate may appear, man must continue to trust his karma, take another risk, fight for his right to redemption, play to win, outlast his demons and emerge victorious amons a sea of corpses. To continue to live and love is man's duty and his reward.

    "I have now understood that though it seems to men that they live by care for themselves, in truth it is love alone by which they live."
     - Leo Tolstoy (What men live by)

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