How do we reconcile the value of being logical with things like human limitations (the eventual exhaustion of the brain, for example), and a human desire to be ILLOGICAL? (Or, rather, an ACCEPTANCE that one is illogical, but accompanied by a general APATHY of that as well: an acceptance that we ALL share to SOME degree or another in various subjects, simply because of our own human limitations, and our own individual desires, the source of which are impossible to pinpoint…) Is there an “appropriate” course of action to settle these conflicts?

The above picture pretty much summarizes my opinions about the stark contrast between mystical moralism and practical logic, and how fear of going to Hell provides an insufficient, malnourishing worldview, whereas true logic is a more effective perspective to apply to yourself, even if it does, say, contrast with certain Biblical Scripture. Does that make me a […]

Diverse individuality is a beautiful thing indeed…

“Mommy? Daddy?” the little girl inquired. “Fuck me like the porn stars do.” *SLAP!* Diversity. Individual. Excerpts from “Frank and Bob”. Louis CK learns about the Catholic church.

Individual Work

If you constantly focus on your own work instead of trying to convince others that you know what you’re doing, you’ll complete both of them much sooner. Excerpts from my fiction. My poetry. Things that I have for sale on Kindle. My T-shirts. My Youtube channel. Where you can financially support me if you so desire.

Individualism, the diversity of adults, and writers.

I can see what type of person I am, and what type of man I am going to become, and I enjoy it ❤ Individual. Insightful. Things that I have for sale on Kindle. Where you can financially support me if you so desire.

The “diverse” individual natures of the fool and the intelligent: my life’s work.

Fools will always be fools, and nothing will change this. Self-esteem is the only thing that saves the intelligent, but if he cannot obtain self-esteem with his first actions, the intelligent always has intelligence to fall back on if he has enough self-esteem to do so, meaning that if he can’t find self-esteem, he should […]

Individualism Epistemology

Although I am fully aware that my attempts at what I want to do are going to fall completely flat on their face, it nonetheless brings me enjoyment to attempt to do such with all of the various things which run through my head for their various reasons. I will fail, but my goal is […]