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Sickness and Eternity

According to the Rev. Conrad Hock, the Melancholic idealist:

is permeated with a strong longing for an ultimate good (God) and eternity, and feels continually hampered by earthly and temporal affairs and impeded in his cravings.

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Lost in the Process

In a previous post on the challenge of communicating ideals, we noted that:

It is counter-intuitive for someone in the midst of their philosophical journey to turn to others and say “You see how much I have gained?

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Collegiate life was full of theory. My eventual occupation seemed like something that would just come together. Plain and simple, I would change the world. 471 more words


INFP Careers: Reality vs. Dreams

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, our world can be a harsh reality for INFPs.

This is especially true when it comes to careers, since in our society we are defined by our career or what we do for a living. 578 more words


Talking To An Idealist

This is my first piece of BLACKOUT POETRY published here! In fact I have already done two pieces of blackout poems before, but I turned them into the first two drawn poetry, … 150 more words

Drawn Poetry

Vale, Robin Williams, Hollywood’s melancholy funnyman

MercatorNet.com has just published my article on Robin Williams’ comedic genius:

Robin Williams’ death moved me more than I had expected.

Which is a silly thing to say because I hadn’t expected him to die; I hadn’t even thought about it.

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