Isn’t everything that you’re learning, taught, self-taught, self-ignored, consciously ignored, consciously learnt, cheerfully ignored, cheerfully learned, isn’t all that teaching you just ways to endure? Isn’t it? Why do you think teacher tells you a shortcut to remember a certain formula? Certain number? Certain definition? Why do you think spiritual leaders are telling you ways […]Read more "Stoic Spoke"
Yes, an abrupt start. Would a goal to write something in a particular manner help? Such as heavens looking down on us with chronic spit in disgust showing haughty derision? This also had a pre-determined focus as in what to write about and a mindset. But in my case the mindset is consistent, I guess […]Read more "Egocentric ignorant bastards’ abundance = Chaos "
Been a long time since I wrote anything on the blog, for the blog, for the legitimate readers of WordPress. It’s not that I haven’t been writing at all, whatever I’ve written till now is in bits and pieces on papers lying around on the dusty table of mine. Why have I not written anything […]Read more "Phony Social Contractors "
It’s a wave; everything lying around helplessly, pulled by gravity and pushed by dark energy is lying on a successive wave that began 14 billion years ago. Big Bang is the origination of an art form. There are some creatures wandering helplessly carrying their ugly, beautiful or mesmerizing forms and whatever else may have come […]Read more "Cosmic dance of the two"
Astroficboy – If one sees a ghost, one would swoosh away a curious would shoot questions. The fact that Ed Lorrain did not try to discover the potential of that inhuman phenomenon other than knowing that it could destroy that possessed family, itself states that they were possessed by fear which restricted their logical reasoning […]Read more "Storytellers’ fallacy part II"
It started with she asking, “DO YOU BELIEVE IN THE SUPERNATURAL?” Miss Moody – When you put a question as ‘Do you believe in (something)?’ it really becomes more a question of faith and the thing you are required to believe in, seems really irrelevant. Belief is rarely substantiated with evidence, facts, tests and hypothesis; […]Read more "Storytellers’ fallacy part I"