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  • Our Degree of Care Extends Only as Far as We Can Relate

    Our Degree of Care Extends Only as Far as We Can Relate

    Acknowledging the enormous spectrum of emotion faced during existence connects us to our fellow sapiens. Joviality to sorrow, excitement to boredom, relaxation to arousal, these sensations signify we are living and unite us with others through shared experience. Reading time: 7 mins


  • The Depreciation of The Paperback

    The Depreciation of The Paperback

    The greats remain alive in their work and allow the trivialities of modern life to be seen naked. If one spends less time compulsively scanning a screen and more developing reading as a skill the heat of intellect will grant warmth in a world gone cold. Reading time: 8 mins


  • Would it be of Benefit to Western Society If Paganism was Still Prominent?

    Would it be of Benefit to Western Society If Paganism was Still Prominent?

    In Pagan societies mysticism was imbedded in the understanding of life’s operations, like a lightning bolt from a contemptuous Zeus or a calm sea indicating Poseidon’s sacrificial contentment, engendering devout reverence to nature as an extension of the gods. The adherence to nature as a deity is a far cry from our current civilizational creed of use and abuse, continuing to double down on the lubeless degradation of a bleeding planet. Reading time: 10 mins


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