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I wrote this, in 2017. It's part of my 8th poem set, Chosen Fate. Read More
I wrote this, in 2016. It's part of my 7th poem set, Opened Obstruct. Read More

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An article about meditation, structure and discipline. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 21, 2015

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A poem that plays around with structure and scenery Read More

Essay / Other

February 05, 2015

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In the mid-eighties, snow-thrower manufacturing firm Toro, launched a promotion where purchasers of snow blower could refund a part of their purchase in the event that the next winter was characterized by modest snowfalls. The amount of money that was refunded was related to the amounts of snowfall thus putting… Read More
Compares a carpenter who builds homes in this life to the carpenter's Son who builds homes in the next life for all those who believe in Him. Read More
A story that twists and eventually turns on itself. Read More
I see some writers here struggling, especially the new and younger members, so I came up with this in an effort to help them. It is for everyone, and I have actually used it myself, and I hope it is useful for all members here. :3 Read More
Time to change the arrangement. Read More
I'm interested in the flow and form. This is shaped from notes for something else I'm working on but I thought it also worked in its own right. Feedback welcome. Read More

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Early on I identified with agnosticism, – an escape from what I had been taught. But, I continued to study religion–aesthetic traditions, philosophy of, and Christianity. However, the religion/God that, for me, is spot on, not only affirms God’s existence, but also demonstrates a consistency and coherence with events— predictable… Read More
What I am suggesting below is a structured universe which, at the appropriate structural level, acquires the ability to focus in on the different layers of the structured universe’s contents. In this respect, think of this ability (self-consciousness) as the lens that accounts for knowing consciousness, a consciousness that informs… Read More
How To Be A Fake. This Is A Mock Thing - Don't Take It Seriously. If You're An 'Emo' And Take Offence, You're A Poser, Wanna-be. get Over Yourself. Read More

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A poem of music’s relation to life Read More
In the same way that the constancy of light’s velocity moved Einstein to think “outside the box,” (actually he imagined the constancy of the velocity of light since in 1905 that phenomenon had not yet been confirmed)leading him to deduce the required relationship between an observer’s reference frame and the… Read More
We must shift gears here and think of the universe not as something that consciousness defines, but, rather, as something that defines consciousness. Read More
Life is lived in terms of a series of events: appointments, muscle aches, down time, paychecks, road trips, shopping, phone calls, work, work, etc., etc. My TOE (theory of everything), however, is suggesting a more meaningful universe. Read More
Life is lived in terms of a series of events: appointments, muscle aches, down time, paychecks, road trips, shopping, phone calls, work, work, etc., etc. My TOE (theory of everything), however, is suggesting a more meaningful universe. Read More
My conversation with the Devil continues to cite the connectivity problems that arise in the micro universe and then draws upon Relativity theory for confirmation of the necessary opposites that shape God’s footprint. In the discussion of temporality that follows—given the theory of God’s footprint—the message is that because unidirectional… Read More
My end of life conversation with the devil continues here with more dialogue about consciousness, freedom, God, religion, and intelligibility. At the end of this story post and all subsequent posts, I refer to some of my written work that compliments my conversation with the devil. I will not include,… Read More
Similarities, dissimilarities, categorization, and particularization emerge from logi with their negations. Embedded in the set of differences out of which a particular arises, we find negation. Billig describes this condition, in the context of the rhetoric of argumentation, when he says: “Since the loci of arguments (the claim to essential… Read More
Be yourself. If you are destined to be a winner - win. If you are destined to be a loser - lose. Accept what you are. When you do this - life will be much more simple. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 14, 2008

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something written after loosing someone important, confused about life. strugling for sense Read More

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this poem was written by me during a school activities week that i chose to do creative writing, me and a teacher were challenging ourselfs to write poems with a strict structure one we came up with was this where we use lines from songs that tie together and make… Read More

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A short lyrical poem intended for young parents to read to their young children. Emphasis on both rhyming and rhythm. The idea: the repeated recitation to a child, over a period of time, will encourage the child to "bond" with both of their parents, family members (such as an older… Read More
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