Leave the World Better than When You Found It

Everyone has the opportunity to become more than themselves by acting in the interest of the current and future inhabits of the planet. In this symbiotic reality, if one believes they don’t owe the world anything their vanity prevents them from attaining anything of substance.

Reading time: 8 mins

Home is Anywhere One is Completely Comfortable Being Themselves

The majority of us will eventually loose the place we called home, yet the sensations encountered there never fully depart us – feelings of safety, freedom and complete comfort are not merely found in the walls of a house, but also within the composition we call ourselves.

Reading time: 7 mins

Once The Beacon of Curiosity is Lit it Can Never Be Extinguished

As Plato’s allegory shows it’s not always easy to be in the sunshine while others linger in shadows, but if one is able to accept their auspicious burden as a right of passage their strain will build a bulbous muscle, an intellect pulsating with lust for life.

Reading time: 7 mins

Is Being Mature Knowing When To Act Immaturely?

Instead of buying into this banal version of an adult, perhaps the most mature among us are those who act immature when applicable and become astute when required. A human functioning this way exhibits unison between the inner-child and the adult self, the union reflected in a gregarious and capable disposition.

Reading time: 6 mins

The Mind And Time Distortion: Consciousness and The Enigmatic Dimension

The fixed variables for measuring time are rational and extremely pertinent for society’s operations, however they are impersonal and the devices fashioned for discernment do not consider the mind’s propensity for experiencing, absorbing and interpreting

Reading time: 7 mins

We Will Appear to Future Generations as Those Previous Appear to Us

Each generation looks at itself with glee at the marvels of modern society yet, just as the Romans thought the Goths were heathens for wearing pants, we too will find our ideas laughed and jeered at.

Reading time: 10 mins