Dear fellow coma victims,
Confusion is a human condition. I think I’m recovering from coma as my mind seems to be more jumbled, confused. Perhaps it’s like it was before, life is sometimes confronting and confusing for everyone I think. At times a messy experience. One needs to make judgements all the time and be assertive. We are immersed in thought, and under a rain of judgement by others. I suspect these attitudes represent normality, recovery from coma.
You have to convince others of your judgements which may be disputable and can lead to confusion. Judgement is an individuals opinion, and there is fact without colour. Coma victims should learn to accept confusion rather than fight against. Confusion is actually the norm, the state of play, something to be overcome revealing an aspiration for truth. Humans have always tried to overcome confusion through the likes of science and religion. We’ve always made thought its enemy, to know, not be confused. Welcome back to normality, confusion I’m back. Some confusing things: life, it’s meaning and many judgements.