Dynamic Moments of Bewilderment

From Chuck Klosterman’s book, Eating the Dinosaur:

I suspect it’s unbelievably stressful to be a wolf.  The world would be an endlessly confusing place, because a wolf has limited cognitive potential and understands nothing beyond its instinct and its own experience.  Yet the wolf is more engaged with the experience of being alive.  A wolf isn’t as “happy” as you, but a wolf feels better.  His normal state of being is the way you feel during dynamic moments of bewilderment.


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