The nature of existence is entropy, a ever present game of molecular disorder, of which is fundamentally changing the Universe, in which we live, moment to moment. If entropy is the default state of being, then it is true that things change across time; they change around us... they change from beneath us. The only … Continue reading Change.
Once I was obsessed with movement, in the truest sense; my mind danced the cha-cha with dreams of success. Tense, pent up energy, manifesting as movement, moving around, searching for something outside of myself to soothe the existential dread. I believed that I was not enough, and to become enough I must become successful, for then, I … Continue reading The life simplified.
Too often do we try and force a square through a circular hole; it is within our nature to bend the world to our will. The writer who tries to force words from his fingers, the teacher who tries to force undivided attention from the pupil with ADHD, the lover who tries to force the … Continue reading gentle.
Gratitude is a warm coffee on a sleepy Seattle morning; it’s like peeing yourself, “everyone can see it but only you can feel it”. Gratitude lights up your face when you see an aeroplane fly low over your apartment, ready to join its atmospheric friends atop the runway; wow, what an amazing species we are… … Continue reading Gratitude.
What do you do when you're content in your own silence? I lay here after work, a job I enjoy. I desire health and wealth, and those are taken care of. I have loving friends and family, and I think I get a decent dose of them. I lay here on my bed unsure of … Continue reading On idle.
There lives a man who has no head. A man with a blank stare, a stranger to all the rest. This man feels a symphony of emotion, yet he denies them power over him. He sits with no head and gazes out into the world, staring out onto things with stoic indifference. His mind races … Continue reading He who has no head.
We live in a world of subjective morality, where moral positions are decided purely on opinion, they are but beliefs rooted in ideology and this presents a stark problem; which morality should we adhere to, given that no morality is objectively correct, true or just? ------------------------------- If something is written in law, this does not … Continue reading In a subjective world, how do we judge the actions of others?