A quick, short message (although not analyzed) of why societal advice doesn’t work (there are other reasons besides this one).

Typical societal advice tells you to listen to what everyone has to say, but also to NOT listen to what EVERYONE has to say. It is this contradictory nature that makes “societal advice” IMPOSSIBLE to actually use, and therefore makes it USELESS. I grant you that there are rebuttals to this, and I will refute […]

My biggest hurdles, all because of my nature and listening to the shittiest advice imaginable: religion and the media. Resolving these two conflicting pieces of information is impossible.

Whenever I reach my full potential, I will be a very successful person. The hardest part is going to be figuring out what to do about people that stand in my way, and recognizing them in the first place. Actually, the hardest part will be getting rid of my internal hurdles, all related to “morality“, […]

Truth, proving what is already true, more “typical, conventional, societal advice” about “the right thing” that doesn’t make any sense, religious moralism and trying to abide by God’s laws (and inevitably failing), the moralist mindset of living by rules because God says so (or morals say so), why use the term “defend” the truth if it is inevitably true (what are you defending it against?), things for their own sake that lead to nothing, the illogical nature of sin: destructiveness for its own sake (that we are slaves to), and the nature of reality.

Cliches are true, but often they aren’t applied correctly (I originally said “oven.” Grammar fail. OFF TO THE GAS CHAMBER!) When you live your entire life attempting to live by cliches, as I did growing up, you will always fail. Because the cliches are ALREADY true: it isn’t something that you have to “work toward”, […]

The Link Between Bad Advice and Morality

Almost all bad advice is based on some sense of “morality.” It is advice because it is well-intentioned, and it is about morality. Always trying to do the right thing as far as what you say, what you do, how to treat others all to get into Heaven is stupid. Examining yourself to see whether […]

Personal Examination of Experimental Repetition

I once had a blog. I guess it was near 10 year ago, now. Would’ve made me 15, 16 years old. Yikes. Glad it’s not still around (although a part of me wishes I could still see what I wrote, and only me). But I’ve always been a scatterbrained little boy, for a multitude of reasons. […]


Inspiration often comes from the weirdest places. Tonight was a night like a lot of other nights. I was surfing the web when I heard a clap of thunder. Considering how much money I spent on my PC, I saved what I was watching (h3 interviewing Jordan Peterson) to come back to later, shut down […]

The Apparent Conflict Between “Practicality” and “Art”

I’m not sure if my best friend, Devin Stevens, wishes me to make this public or not. But I think I will, anyway. My best friend, Devin Stevens, has a habit of walking back and forth, talking to himself. It is interesting, and some might even say peculiar. I really only paid attention to it […]


I don’t feel like this is “done”, but I’m tired of fucking looking at it, so I guess that means it’s “done”. I’m tired of considering it “not done” and spending time trying to think of what is wrong with it when I know that so much other work that isn’t done remains undone. It’s time […]

How to find a good title for everything that amounts to a “life’s work”?

I think I’ve finally figured out a good way to describe what exactly it is that I’m looking for out of life. It comes down to one word: “profundity”. I want to be moved. I want nature and life to make me cry. I want to be able to cry in front of someone while […]


Anything that is written, as this is, must come from some perspective. Something that is created must go somewhere. Must have some meaning. There has to be a reason for why the creator created it. It must come from the vision of the creator. The creator wants people to see his end result. He has […]