Our World in One Word
From my understanding of liminality, couldn’t one consider living itself a liminal experience? There is no permanent structure to living, it varies from individuals, it is a constant process of growing, changes and transitions. Could we say that life is the transition from birth to death? What i mean is whatever state it is that precede birth could be considered a structure, life is the transition from that structure to the next one, death. Death is unchanging and the state preceding birth is the same, living is the only part that is constantly changing and that allows transitions. I hope my question was clear and understandable, this was an interesting and instructive read.