Surviving the Awakening

by Stephen Jourdain

Gilles Farcet: There you are, awakened and good for nothing according to the usual criteria of our society. Didn’t you want to retreat from the world? After all, if the only thing that interested you was maintaining that private flame . . .
Stephen Jourdain: No, I never felt the desire to retreat . . . Ah, explaining oneself isn’t easy! I insisted on the profoundly, supremely human character of that experience—if one can call it that. Thus, it is legitimate to speak about the repercussions on the human level; but, at that same . . .

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