Day 2505, idle.

Daily picture, Poetry

We opened our eyes to the world
from where we crashed
with clipped wings
staring at the chasm
we try to scale
in vain

Thrownness (German: Geworfenheit) is a concept introduced by German philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889–1976) to describe humans’ individual existences as being ‘thrown’ (geworfen) into the world in the sense of its having been born into a specific family in a particular culture at a given moment of human history. See: