Tags » Objectivist

winter waters

Winter’s damp chill,
nestles within my bones
a constant shiver,
it’s rains and water
from a lake overwhelmed and brimming
a constant roar down the river. 39 more words

The Power of Digital Storytelling

“The Universe is made of stories, not of atoms.”

Muriel Rukeyser

Comparing how things are said in different languages is definitely a pastime of mine.  Most recently I’ve been fascinated by the English expression “to make sense,” which in Spanish, my mother language, is “tener sentido” and literally translates as “to have sense.” 485 more words



Hello All,

Thank you for coming to my blog!! This is something that I have been wanting to start for quite awhile now, so I am very much excited to start! 454 more words

Broke Now


Rand was always very proud of the opening of Atlas Shrugged, her disciples in the Collective (the group of mostly college aged men and women who used to gather at her apartment to praise her philosophy and sleep together, part self congratulatory seminar and part orgy) were equally blown away by the novel’s first sentence. 2,097 more words

Atlas Shrugged


Welcome to my blog. Before I start I would like to explain what exactly is going to be happening and why. Firstly what should be obvious from the title, my name is Sam and I am going to be reading Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. 1,054 more words

Atlas Shrugged

NBC: Video: The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson: Full Interview of Ayn Rand in 1967

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

What Ayn Rand was talking about with objectivism what that self-interest or one’s own interest shouldn’t just be first, but the only thing that people should be interested in. 65 more words

Johnny Carson

Imouto Shrugged: Mahouka and the Ayn Rand Connection

The 4th episode of The Irregular At Magic High School (or Mahouka for short) caused a burst of internet born drama. Interpretations of the political and ethical implications of… 2,045 more words