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Philosophy Psychology

Desire and Fear

We are bound by fear to our Objects and fantasies of Other and Self as much as by desire and there is a complex logical undercurrent and rationale to the ways that we (enigmatically) encrypt aversion into attraction and revulsion or death into fertility and life.

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Philosophy Psychology

A Fascination with Broken Things

Broken things and imperfect people are often far more interesting than are complete and whole ones…

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Philosophy Psychology

Unattainable You

You can not be whole for the same reason you can not control the world – there is at base no controller, knower or self and this is the greatest unacknowledged enigma of our world.

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Philosophy

Into Emptiness

Falling into emptiness…

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Philosophy

Darkness and Light

There is darkness and there is light in every life.

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Philosophy

Ephemeral Beauty

The most beautiful things we ever experience are made all the more beautiful by their utter transience, impermanence and fleeting nature in time.

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culture

An Abstraction of Flight

There exists a certain and specific (yet unbounded) freedom in our perception of the flight of birds…

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culture

Flower

Topical hypothesis: a simple flower is naturally sincere (and profound) in a way no words can ever truly depict. I can not capture such authenticity but words can still (enigmatically) manage to successfully render my failure to do so; I wonder what this says about words, about communication and about minds. The Object of fascination […]

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Philosophy

Transience

If we lived forever we might never value what time we have…

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culture

Inscription

Culture, transcribed…

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Philosophy

Beauty

One does not need to own a work of art to truly or fully understand or appreciate the deep beauty of its message…

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life

Some Facts

You will never fully understand why you do the things you do nor why you have done things you have done…