to know you

It’s a fact of life that everyone posesses skeletons in their closets. Granted, some hide more bones than others. There also comes a point in life where the ghosts become restless and need a release, be it a confidant, public address, or an anonymous letter. Face it — it’s downright frightening to give up the ghost of a deep secret or truth to another person. Which leads directly into the question of truly knowing someone. Is fully knowing someone possible without experiencing the same events in the same order? With much speak of feelings and events, it is possible to understand actions and reactions. But can the full essence of their entire being culminate into words alone?



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I'm an Information Architect and Taxonomist in the greater Philadelphia, PA area. Mad about metadata. Incessant organizer. Knowledge monger. Information seeker. Wisdom chaser. Curiosity has yet to kill this cat!