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Dorian Gray & The Fallacy of Hedonism

Oscar Wilde’s famous novel The Picture of Dorian Gray remains a literary classic that’s been subsequently adapted into numerous texts and films. Originally published by Wilde in 1890 during the English Victorian era,  747 more words


Woorim Island

A town
Whose currency
Is the ability
To distract
From misery

The guitarist
Singing in the alleyway
does it for himself
but the passing crowd remains… 57 more words


Reshuffling the Deck with Loretta

Tomorrow, I’ll be flying to Chicago and then on to Barcelona, for 12 days submerged in a Flavors of Spain experience, a custom-designed trip developed by some very fine folks at KJZZ Radio in Phoenix. 1,400 more words


What Am I Living For?

“僕が死のうと思ったのは” by Amazarashi

You told me, you were not sure what you were living for. That nothing was ever good enough. And that the good never lasted. 178 more words


Hedonism: Proof of God

The following is a rough argument I have been developing over the past week or so. “W” stands for world (which, in this argument, stands for a given reality), whereas “t” stands for time within that world. 464 more words


Hedonism and Fundamentalism: The Hallmarks of Ante-Bellum Pro-Slavery and Modern Evangelicalism

Friends of Padre Steve’s World,

I spent part of yesterday reviewing my text of Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory! so I could continue to write what I need for my literary agent to help in the process of getting it marketed and published. 308 more words


The Meaning of Life - Seriously?

Theories About


Meaning of Life

Why are we here? What is the purpose of our lives? It’s a question that has probably popped into everyone’s head at least once. 1,004 more words