If I could write like this every fucking day, I’d be set. But turning my brain off (somewhat) for extended periods of time is the only thing that keeps me sane. I haven’t learned to keep up with it yet, nor learn how to use it.

I’m on the stoop of literature. Once that front door opens, there’s no going back. Navigation will become a non-stop way of life, with only a vague destination in mind. Wandering the halls forever, of imagination, both internal and external. There’s no going back. There’s no escaping the escapism, once you enter. You’re trapped. You […]

What I must learn with my creative work.

I can never get it all done at one time, especially when I’m constantly coming up with new ideas, but that doesn’t mean I can’t whip it out whenever I want to… Someone’s “whipping out” who is bigger, longer, and better than mine 😥 Excerpts from my fiction. My poetry. My Youtube channel. Creativity. Education. College.

Learning to accept some things about learning…

There’s so much that I want to learn… And I need to accept the fact that there are things that I don’t want to learn, even though I frequently attempt to encourage others to learn… Intelligence. Insightful. Logic. More logic. A Treatise on Stubbornness. Individual.

Devin Stevens Seeks to Learn about Tags

Originally posted on The World According to Devin Stevens:
Due to an offensive post from the blogger “Harsh Reality,” I’ve decided to attach some tags to this short piece in the hope that it can generate some likes and views. My untagged writings don’t receive as much attention as I’d like. According to “Harsh Reality,”…

A line from Rothbard’s “Education: Free and Compulsory” (I can relate to and learn more from this man than I can from the repetitive, illogical masses that I have become accustomed to)

“The public schools had to be kept politically as well as religiously neutral. One basic flaw in this plan, of course, is that in dealing with political and economic subjects, it is almost impossible to treat them intelligently and accurately while being strictly neutral and avoiding all controversy.” Read the full thing here. (Fem). More genius […]

I would become a teacher if the government would get out of the way. I would like to teach math, and I’d like to learn some sciences, engineering, chemistry and economics a little better so I could teach those as well.

I kind of want to become a teacher. But I don’t want to teach in a public school. I’d rather do my own thing: maybe start my own business. Charge people for my lesson plans. The problem is that I’m SURE that the government would crack down on me pretty hard for “not reaching” their […]

It’s amazing what you learn when you use logic to analyze everything.

Government: carrying out the “will of the people”, but attacking liberty. What is the “will” of the people if not their individual liberty? My liberty allows me to carry out my “will.” Your liberty allows you to carry out your “will.” When we both have liberty, we are both carrying out our “wills.” Use logic when analyzing the English language […]

The relationships between teaching, learning, and math

I learn best by myself, not when someone is “teaching” me, i.e. talking to me (they aren’t really “teaching” me if I’m not learning anything). There is a direct and also inverse relationship between teaching and learning: the information spewed out is directly related to the information received, although there are only precise times when […]