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By: Marcus Aurelius

Original Language: Latin

Status: read


I looked east but there were no songs riding upon the morning glow.
I set my gaze to the west with hope but there were barren lands and empty hopes as darkness loomed its shadow. 26 more words



Originally posted on 8/8/2013.

If I thought you truly loved people 
for the complex, contradictory,
dense ghosts they are

and not as symbolic husks,
bullets in your slide deck… 30 more words


When Natives Become Foreigners

The search for daily bread carries man, far and wide

Desire to live a better life drives man beyond his shores

For in search of Golden Fleece, natives go to a foreign land… 105 more words


Galactic Lightship Dreamflights 2AUG2014

You are invited to join the next Galactic Lightship Dreamflight this Saturday night (2 August 2014) during dreamtime.

All who have expressed their intent to join us will be teleported on board our fleet of Galactic Light Ships.You may express your intent to join a specific ship (all are welcome!). 231 more words


August first......Andromeda







This afternoon, while pruning
an overgrown spruce, I found
a sparrow’s nest, empty—
the fledglings of June already flown.

I held the small spun cradle… 69 more words


The Manual, or Enchiridion - A look at Epicetus' Stoic Guidebook

          A few weeks back I wrote a post regarding the books and essays that I would be reading and writing posts on. One of those books was Epictetus’ … 485 more words

Philosophy & The Finer Things