questions do not dismantle questions do not destroy questions do not require an answer
I imagine — with some sense of logic — that life is our limited term for something vibrant, well beyond our current conception of that which we know physically. I do not claim to know what life is, nor what may be beyond our perception. Yet, the fact that our knowledge seems to be extremely… Continue reading beyond this?
Love is out of our control
It is for this reason that for years I have avoided defining it, or, at least have refused to see it within the commonly given personified contexts. I can no longer trust societal and human habits of conceptualizing surroundings, and existence, as we succumb to language and communication by the use of single words as… Continue reading Love is out of our control
truth be thought
If we can agree that counting our current year makes reference to a much longer human presence and being than two-thousand and twenty-two cyclesIf we can agree that we retain all we have been — be it by reading about it, by being it, or bothwhy hunger for a truth?If we can agree to have… Continue reading truth be thought
If a point is reached in understanding that blueberries are more than blue, and certainly more than berries
Belief vs. Knowlege
which is more dangerous?
which is life?
What a misleading concept. For decades I have been glorifying the notion of simplicity as intrinsic nature of the pure, as necessary presence amongst humans, as medicine for the worried. Yet, what an illusion, actually. What is there that exists and is simple?
Men cry not
— where to with the negated tears?
If there were no view of a god amongst any of us for the last two millennia
… who would we thank, depend upon, question?
When observing life objectively, there is no urgency
Considering that a boy called Jesus was sent onto our species after a very long time — millions, is said — and two millennia proceeded his birth, already that the prophet Mohamed was revealed around the same timeand that millions of believers for thousands of years are still awaiting the MessiahWhat is the urgency, really?
Two sides of being vane
Dozens over dozens of postings appear around May and June every year, not because they are necessarily posted at this point but because hundreds over hundreds of individuals may be searching for guidance, as they embark on their first tries at making any of those macerated spirits containing green walnuts. And in all these postings,… Continue reading Two sides of being vane
Asking the civilized
In a culture which welcomes gratuities, the meaning of welcome must be questioned
Life in shoes (or life and shoes)
uncomfortable shoes need be set aside -- the uncomfortable life propels life
Takes on “beauty”
I - the attractive color of a ripe papaya, and the structure of the seeds, as well as the contrast the fruit displays within itselfII - the green of cilantro —- a color which does not achieve much attraction, although it is a “beautiful” sight on its own III - the joint placement of two… Continue reading Takes on “beauty”
Within much of what I have been, and amongst plenty of what I have seen, beauty has soothed me. Again, and again, it has explained surface and essence of things, and of non-things, to the point of manifestations in mild but deep rooted lip movements which are much more than smiles.To the eye, beauty has… Continue reading Behold. Question.
Beauty has become a question
Occurrences in the Self of an auto-portrait
One may utter a long list or a single point, when asked about the essence of the self, or about the naked self, or the projection of self. And, just like in singing and speaking one hears not what the room acoustically gives but rather how one owns body lets one hear, one may ask… Continue reading Occurrences in the Self of an auto-portrait
When a reflection descends
where does it settle down? Onto the realm of cognition? Around the heart? Does it settle with memories of greatness? Does it settle with questions on why we have done the wrong we have? When we float in reflection where does the memory go?Towards affirmation or into questions?
interrupted / innerupted
— interrupt: to be stopped, hindered by another person; to break someone else’s flow, uniformity, pattern, continuity; to block the actions of another — innerupted: to erupt from within, to interject one’s own state, to abruptly change oneself It is with trembling soul, anxious flesh, and curious mind that I announce the birth of an… Continue reading interrupted / innerupted