death, freedom, isolation and meaninglessness. Death is an inevitable occurrence. Freedom, in an existential sense, refers to the absence of external structure. That is, humans do not enter a world which is inherently structured. We must give the world a structure which we ourselves create. Isolation recognizes that no matter how close we become to another person, a gap always remains, and we are nonetheless alone. Meaninglessness stems from the first three. If we must die, if we construct our own world, and if each of us is ultimately alone, then what meaning does life have?
Her loud squeal fills the air as the blonde woman skipps happily ove to the redhead, her blonde curls bouncing up and down with each step she takes. Puddin’ didn’t allow her to meet with her friend too much but today J was out of town.