• Michael Dahdal

Establishing Structure

Updated: Jan 3, 2020


People often come to me, a little lost and a little confused.

It’s no wonder.

I’d feel a little lost and confused to if I was navigating terrain I didn’t understand without a map of some kind.

Which direction do I go in?

How do I get to safety?

Where do I find the treasure exactly?

It’s a little bewildering, the epitome of chaos.

Nothing constructive ever comes out of chaos and without some structure, chaos rules.

Life works in a similar vein.

It needs structure; you need to understand the terrain that you’re navigating.

Where you came from, where you’re going and why.

The postmodern project has seen the tearing down of institutions, giving rise to an individual subjective reality above all else.

In short, you can make up your own rules independent of any objective reality – heck, you can even make up the nature of reality itself if you want to.