The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows is John Koenig's ongoing compendium of self-generated existential terms. Or in his own words:
A compendium of the aches, demons, vibes, joys and urges that roam the wilderness of the psychological interior. The author’s mission is to harpoon, bag and tag wild sorrows, then release them gently back into the subconscious.
In particular, Sonder really struck a chord with me, especially after recently revisiting David Foster Wallace’s “This Is Water” speech. But it wasn’t until I saw Koenig’s self-produced video that I appreciated the depth and importance of such a realization. This is something everyone living in the 21st century needs to consider and understand.