Is it a human right to have the ability to transform space into place? Do we have the right to fight for a space that we have laid ownership?
At what point does belief, political ideology, and good intentions prevent us from achieving the goals we set for ourselves?
How are we blinded by things that are not what they seem? Can we ever truly see what something really is despite what it claims to be?
How do expectations interfere with or contribute to our self-understanding?
Can we change our behavior? Or, are we forever doomed to repeat the same mistakes because that’s just who we are?
Is space conquerable? How do communities transform foreign locations into recognizable and meaningful places that reflect our sense of identity?
Is society more accepting of comforting faleshoods than engaging with pain?
Still Exploring: An Ethnographic Look At The Berkeley Zen Center and its Wednesday Drop-In Group, Part I
Is it possible for two people to have the same understanding of anything?