Cliches are more true than we realize when they aren’t applied in the same manner that religious people apply The Ten Commandments…

If you aren’t willing to be consumed by your work, 24/7, and be consumed and tortured by it, then don’t waste your time working on whatever you’re working on and find said work. Christianity. Where you can financially support me if you so desire (please share all of these links). Excerpts from my fiction. My poetry. […]

Cliches, and Value

Cliches are often more correct than we realize, but when we take cliches and apply them through a moralistic filter, their essence becomes perverted and the “military attitude” that destroys individuality, growth, and all that makes one human abounds, leaving words to empty, meaningless utterances of sound waves, instead of being the truthful, peaceful utterances that […]

Cliches About “Standing Out From the Crowd”. This is incredibly painful :(

If you’re wondering why there’s so few creators and innovative types, it’s because those things require individuality, and most people can’t stand individuality, although their morals fearfully require them to give lip service to these ideas which they don’t completely comprehend. Most people are lacking in comprehension of truths. This is sad, and their lack of understanding requires […]

Journey

I have always scoffed at the phrase “Life is not about the destination, but the journey.” No doubt, as is the case with everything, this was influenced by being raised in religion. I was introduced to the idea that when I die, there is a perfect place I am going to if I do x […]

Discussion of “Happy Happy Joy Joy”

(I may update this if there are any other interesting developments. I love how freedom finds a way to be productive. And the elites will have you believe that (relatively) free speech on the internet is a bad thing. I can’t wait to observe them in Hell from Heaven). Youtube commentor “samthepoor“: “This is a metaphor for the […]

A Way Out

Never before in my life have I felt more in control of my life. And never have I felt more terrified (well……maybe that’s an exaggeration. I’m sure my recollection of past anxieties is quite understated, now that I’ve given it more than five seconds of thought (it’s odd how sometimes, it’s hard to forget what […]

What’s the Point?

I never cease to be disappointed. I constantly find myself involved in ethical debates, if only as a listener. I find myself a listener, obviously, because I find the discussions interesting. Ethics are something that I want to ponder and discuss. But as I start to go down this road, I often feel it is […]

Post-Holiday mindset.

Welp, the holidays are officially over. Back to the daily existential crises of lethargy, dreams, dead-end shit jobs, failure, confusion, ideological opposition, advice, uncertainty, boredom, conformity, pessimism, fury, doubt, dissatisfaction, stupidity, deceit, entrapment, and all of the other beautiful fucking things on this planet that we are blessed with that are all somehow supposed to […]

Analyzing My Decision-Making

In my opinion, there is something fundamentally wrong with the way I am currently approaching my work. By “my work”, I mean my writing (and probably my comedy as well). I need some changes. The main issue currently is the fact that I’m not working on it as much as I believe that I should. […]

Inspiration

Are you a creative type? If so, under what mental circumstances do you create? Do you wait for inspiration? Or do you go out and seek it? Does the inspiration come quickly? Or are there long gaps in between? Do you have to work hard to get the idea? And if so, under what circumstances […]