There is just something magical about her. She’s not human; I know that because I can’t find her here. Sometimes we talk, other times I am left in silence – feeling utterly empty. It’s difficult to express to you, the reader, what she is – for she belongs to no one, no culture, no society, no nation, no religion, no race. She is a free spirit, and I think that’s why I love her. But I am a mere human, and my body is too primitive. Read More
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In the beginning, there was the word, and God said, “Let there be light.” And there was light.
There seems to be something bizarre about language. The universe as we know it is made up of information, and once you drop a mind in there, it comes alive. Read More
In 1988, Terence Mckenna – a well-known American philosopher, psychedelic enthusiast, ethnobotanist and humanitarian; provided an awakening message that identifies an obstacle for someone who desires to be happy. And that message was: “Culture is not your friend.” But what exactly did Terence mean by this? How does culture impact your happiness and does it truly hate you? Read More
The title alone is quite humorous. I would like first to address the ancestral argument, for the point becomes ridiculous with a simple thought exercise. Regularly, I’ve heard people say “Humans have been eating meat for hundreds of thousands of years. My ancestors did, so I should as well.” There are two things about this foolish statement. Read More
“Nature is my soul; the wind whispers my thoughts as the tree’s dance to my song. The sun is my sight as the moon is my mind. I’m naked here amongst the birds, flowers and animals. I’m free.” – Sarah. Read More
What has happened to our world? Life for the average Western working person is mundane, repetitive, and only purposeful for the act of acquiring money and using that to obtain things. Things that lack any real value, fill no void and only lead to the act of purchasing and consuming more things until one is in a state of consumer mania. Read More
Figuratively representing our expansion of consciousness and evolution of mind is by our exploration of space. As our imaginations become more active, our intelligence increases, our awareness inflates – a small spaceship journeys further into the unknown. Read More
As humanity progresses into the control of time, we leave a wake of history to remind ourselves how powerless we are to the force of change. It is inevitable. The anatomical change of the human body, epistemologically with the growth of information, anthropologically from living in ever-developing environments, and of course ideologically with religion. Read More
The stigma on sex found in our Western culture is evidence of the last oppressive push for control by the dominance of those in power that fortunately for us has failed halfway through its mission. Take away one’s sexuality and the consequence is a half made person living eternally divided, therefore – more likely to find completeness and wholeness in areas such as nationalism, culture, race, and society. What does sex have to do with any of this? Read More
According to the World Health Organisation, approximately one million people commit suicide each year worldwide. That is about one death every 40 seconds or 3,000 per day. For each individual who does succeed in taking his or her life, at least 20 others attempt to do so. Read More