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Friday Update 10: I Can't Think of a Title

Wow, my tenth update post. Quite frankly I can’t believe I’m still doing this, normally my attention span and motivation to do things are both smaller than that of a decomposing gnat! 245 more words


Logan's Run: An Allegory of the Cave

(Click here to check out the previous essay for this month’s Sci-Fi series: Outland)

The year is 2274. The earth’s inhabitants live in giant domes in hedonistic society where pleasure is first and foremost, and all inhabitants are young. 968 more words


“Modern broad-mindedness benefits the rich; and benefits nobody else.” –G. K. Chesterton in “The Church of the Servile State”, Utopia of Usurers

To capital, our moral squeamishness about being “judgmental” smells like opportunity.

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The Mission Of Art Is The Care Of The Soul: For Vision and Nature (Part 3 of a 3 part series).

What Visionary Art Can Teach Us

There are many connotations to the word “visionary” with regard to art, but what is integral to our understanding of the term is the relentless commitment of the artist to the expression of higher creative and spiritual images, symbols and ideas. 1,412 more words


"The Pleasure of Finding Things Out" by Richard Feynman

Richard Feynman was a truly great scientist, winning the Nobel prize in physics for discovering the mathematics and understanding the physics that underlies the experimental work that I and other continue to work on today. 466 more words


Scarecrow Believes

Scarecrow Believes

What is a ghost if not misplaced energy,
an apprehension or the sum of invisible integers
and the properties they possess? I preside over… 249 more words


I shall eat your demons

Let me eat your demons

And feast upon your fear

Take away you anger

Wipe away your tears

I will eviscerate your pain

Remove self doubt… 34 more words