If “an unexamined life is not worth living” were a Princeton assignement, you would receive a 1+ from the smartest professor of literature. The Constant Choice has so many passages of blinding insights, I was in danger of using the highlighting pencil on whole pages. It is moreover beautifully written and a joy to read. Thank you for writing so honestly about your personal struggles and discoveries. I am indebted to you for sharing the hard-won lessons you have gained through literature, extraordinary friendships, and personal experience. I would like to adopt “satyagraha” as my personal creed.