Søren Aabye Kierkegaard, the first ever existentialist philosopher died this day (november 11) in 1855. He thought that the truths of the unique person are more important than the general truths. In his philosophy general truths are not interesting at all… They are of no real importance. Just imagine that if you are hit by a poisonous arrow, the material of the arrow, or the angle you were shot from are of little importance compared to that you want the arrow removed and your wound treated as soon as possible.
It doesn’t matter what exactly a human being is – only that matters he exists at all. And a human being can only experience the full experience of existance (=)) by acting, and especially by making decisions, not by sitting behind a desk staring into the air.
It doesn’t matter at all, what we think or believe. The really important truths are personal.