The past month or so has been a blast, I don’t want to believe it’s May…. almost half the year is gone. Another part of me does want to believe that we are halfway through the year, not even six months in yet and most people I talk to are already wanting the new yearContinue reading “Do You Mind The Mind?”
Tag Archives: Philosophical Theories
The Zebra Analogy
I’m sure this idea has been brought up and talked about a few times in history, probably more than that, but I wanted to make a post about it from my perspective. Since I was young my grandmother would always tell me that when things are bad, there is good right around the corner; viceContinue reading “The Zebra Analogy”
A Sneak Peak of “The Dishwasher”
If you haven’t read my writers update, I’d suggest reading that first and then come back to this so you have an idea of what is going on behind the scenes of the artwork! 🙂 Here is the rough draft of the synopsis for “The Dishwasher.” This short story of Clarence Clemens, the #1 dishwasherContinue reading “A Sneak Peak of “The Dishwasher””
What About Water?
If you haven’t had your weekly existential crisis yet, this post will help you start thinking about life… because of course, without water there is no life. We aren’t alive forever, and the underlying meaning of this post is that existentialism is everywhere, —like it or not—you have your meaning of life and so doContinue reading “What About Water?”
Religion… in a nutshell.
Trigger warning: this post is blunt and biased. Read at your own risk. I’ve started to conclude that people who are heavily religious rather trust and believe in something other then themself. Simple as that. They do not want to carry responsibility for their own life, or not all of it at least. The moreContinue reading “Religion… in a nutshell.”
Parents… and the holidays.
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Weak and the Wise 0.1
“The one who speaks to a shrink isn’t weak or vulnerable but rather strong-willed for walking into an experience in which they will learn from, after all, it starts with being wise enough to recognize the opportunity to experience at all.” ~ Emriyus Division Creates Diversion As time goes on, we are still being dividedContinue reading “Weak and the Wise 0.1”
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Natural v.s. Normal.
No one is the same. It’s really marvelous and extraordinary that we are all looking for the similarities with ourselves and each other. People just remind you of other people right? What if I told you that it’s not right. But you see it isn’t wrong either. It’s natural. Don’t get that confused with normal.Continue reading “Natural v.s. Normal.”
Satisfaction and Salvation.
It hasn’t been long since I posted last, although to me it feels more than a lifetime ago. I can’t seem to compose anymore, any longer than I have before because how I feel is not what I should write, but I am. What I think is not what I want to believe then againContinue reading “Satisfaction and Salvation.”