Denim-clad Bibles, Denim-clad Directors, and the Wild, Wild West of Acting Theory.
OY, talk about navel-gazing. Most human beings seek meaning in their lives. It's a natural human trait. I remember wrestling with existentialism and its premise that life is meaningless. I was in an NYC subway waiting for an F train. I realized that even if everything was meaningless I would naturally assign meaning to things anyway. So, life was not meaningless. The train arrived, I got on it, and I never looked back on that cynical philosophy. Everything is loaded with layers of meaning. That's why we keep on incarnating, so we can get it right. Seriously, who thinks about this stuff past college? I sure don't.