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.
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.
The puppet dances at each whim of its master; unknowingly dominated. Wide-eyed the puppet gazes out into the world ignorant. He feels a feeling of safety, a feeling of ultimate fictitiousness...the strings make him feel like he belongs; wanted. None of it is real, his life is a scene in the master plan. The puppet … Continue reading The puppet master.
A world exists inside of me. In this realm exists euphoria, melancholy and enigmatic sensation. Enigmatic beings live here too, producers of the greatest creations and the most blissful sensations. However, these beings possess antithetical energy, an energy of which brings such ecstasy rapidly to baseline. A world exists inside of me, this inner manifests … Continue reading Endurance of a king for his peoples.
The boy raises his hand in response to the teacher's question. The boy answers. Swiftly, the teacher responds "incorrect!". Silence befalls the room. His peers snigger. Children...(Dunning–Kruger effect). -------------------------------------------------------- Why do you flee from incorrectness, as if it were fire? What properties does incorrectness possess that are undesirable or harmful? Perhaps..."It is embarrassing to be … Continue reading Embrace failure.