god missing himself

These days are energy, inspiration —-No! energy —- period!Here is an inner confidence in claiming that inspiration is a constant. It comes from all around, it comes in memories waiting to be re-unpacked, occasionally unpacked for the very first instance. It happens in any moment of passive, and wild, and deep observation of whatever flew… Continue reading god missing himself

My Resolution…

is not a set goal. I am resolute.I live in resolution.I vibrate in resolution.I fall asleep, and stand awake,stand asleep, and fall awake,not resolute to a goalbut in the trajectory —- that of building.My resolution is not a set goal—- not set, not a state to be reachedbut beinginhaling and exhaling the joy and beautythat… Continue reading My Resolution…

Currently — again — bathing… in definitions; soaking in their sounds, concepts, illusions, imposed realities: “labour”, “work”, “being”…

Soaking — not absorbing (Chapter 6 — on the origin of spices)

Where do I come from? Where am I going?

Those do not appear to me to be the sense, purpose or basis for thinking, believing, and being. Being here, now, present, attentive, responsible, that is to me the space in which I ought to develop my talents, vibrate fully, dive deep, search to learn, here, now. To think to know where I come from,… Continue reading Where do I come from? Where am I going?

Eating towards either godside

— one may abide by the common notion that central to eating is a need to subside hunger — one may otherwise eat, not merely in order to escape starvation, or be nourished and avoid ailments but rather in pursuit of the joy in eating, in all its stages The latter goes well with either… Continue reading Eating towards either godside

I

That is the selfSimpleSingularMajusculeQuite a featIn the mind with the English tonguewriting it displays a highly concerted and concentrated effortIn that which I prepare to drink or eatand in how I drink or eat itIn the sounds with timing I wish to composethe words I conveyeither for poetryor conversation In the frames I freeze through… Continue reading I

An evolutionary observation (with a twist)

Over centuries, plants developed the ability to build defenses that would make it unpleasant for the surrounding living creatures to eat them. Those are the herbs and spices in which we find great pleasure today. Those are the same repellents that help us as preventive medicine and cure today. Did we learn to master fire… Continue reading An evolutionary observation (with a twist)

Wordy Men

Happy Birthday to these men of words, born on a 24th of August Jorge Luis Borges, 1899 Paulo Coelho, 1947 Stephen Fry, 1957 Dave Chappelle, 1973 Join us at the Birthday & Celebration Club, on Clubhouse — August 24, at 1pm EST.

There is the Human, and there is the Self

There is the human spirit - resiliance - perseverance - love - inclusion - survival a common intrinsic energy, from all directions, and in all directions. And there is the self - with an edge - imagining outside the box - with inner joy - with inner want - with inner universes - each potentially… Continue reading There is the Human, and there is the Self

A Mortar Animal-Noble Perspective

Our intrinsic drive for growth, understanding and preservation requires neither talent nor inspiration. It is rather an organically flowing existential process. Just as heart and lungs pump, it is our natural automatism. This is the animal us – quotidian, ordinary, simple.It may remain that simple, as we hunt, multiply and rest, with which we may… Continue reading A Mortar Animal-Noble Perspective