Belief and acceptance are different attitudes. Some humans say that "they don't believe in the Theory of Evolution" because they feel their personal beliefs are of consequence to the Theory - they aren't. The sentiment seems to be that denying something strongly enough will make it false - it doesn't. Religious Pronouncements Religious pronouncements consistently [...]
On the Need for Love and Desire Saturday, April 11th of 2015. 11 minutes after 3:00 pm I see most emotions as hindrances to logically productive lives. Even within the vice of subjectivity, all we need to thrive as a society are what I used to call (and may get into the habit again) the [...]
More on formlessness and its power Monday, June 5th of 2017. 51 minutes past midnight. A short break from drafting up business documents is complimented by a follow up to my former post. Being formless allows the notions of friend and foe to dissolve; it makes it known that there is no such thing as [...]
We are becoming a society too afraid to think, and too worried about offending others' intolerance that we allow bad behaviour to be held beyond reproach as long as we are seemed to conform to the dogma of political correctness.
"What need is there to weep over parts of life, the whole of it calls for tears." -- Lucius Annaeus Seneca Today I have been reminded that anger and frustration are irrational responses to betrayed expectations. With any luck, your lives will be free from suffering and the "bad" things that occur naturally in this [...]
On Dreams of Flying and other realisations of power Tuesday, August 20th of 2019. 31 minutes past 6:00 am. I don't believe in the metaphysical aspect of dreams; even philosophically, the sceptical hypothesis (as weird as it can get) has more explanatory power for them than the idea of dreams being premonitory. Dreams are likely [...]
A question about racial and cultural pride.
"I hate them and their hypocrisy," he starts as we walk out of the Agency, "I find them more toxic than most of the psychopaths I know." Says Dee, walking out of the building and onto that street that always leads us to beers and conversations. Something triggered his excitement about this topic, and it's [...]
On realising the power of formlessness. Monday, June 5th of 2017. 24 minutes past midnight Sitting in this place where I once found familiarity and comfort, I am reminded of the power of the illusion by those who carelessly navigate it: reality is something we are meant to live in without understanding it. In fact, [...]
A question about a problem the world will never fix.