In The Outcome of Design, Jeffrey and his best friend Gesebel sit beside a lake discussing the meaning of life and what truth really means.
JEFFREY: I’m not saying I believe it, I only think about it from time to time. I see the patterns, in life. I see how humanity flows in and out of itself, like breathing and I see the magic, I can see the massive design. When I look at things, I see the mathematics. I see the beauty in numbers. It feels as though there is a higher being that created all of this because it’s all too perfect, that’s it, I see the perfection, the harmony in the perfection…at times it’s almost comical, when I allow my mind to rise above it, when I don’t allow myself to get bogged down with living in the moment. Instead, I live through the moment, I partake and observe simultaneously…you never notice such things, Gesebel?
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In this one-act eplay, Jeffrey and Gesebel share their philosophies about life, existence and meaning. 1 Man, 1 Woman. Teen Drama.
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