Category Archives: Philosophy

The Illusion Of Imprisonment

We are only as imprisoned as we allow ourselves to be. Most of the walls and cages in our life only exist within the confines of our mind. They come in all shapes and sizes. “Ugly/Fat/Colored/Mentally ill/Disabled/etc… people can’t do things … Continue reading

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Musings On Object And Subject In Murder

Here I am again, talking about one of my favorite subjects: murder! To me, there are two states of mind in which one can commit the act of murder. I’m not talking about emotion or motivation here, merely the state of … Continue reading

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The Existence Of Evil… Pondering On A Loving Deity

The existence of evil… It’s one of those “dilemmas” of faith apparently, and something that atheists (not me though) like to use as an argument for there not being a god. If there is a deity, how can this deity … Continue reading

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Waving The Red Flag: On Bad Taste And Menstruation

When you look only superficially, you could think that there are few taboos left in our western society… yet being a schizophrenic and a practitioner of BDSM, I know that there are still many things not readily accepted. In many cases, I can … Continue reading

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Memento Mori Monday: In The Wake Of Disaster

It’s Monday again, and in the light of all that is happening in Europe (Who knows, we might be heading for WWIII if we don’t watch out…) I thought to look towards Ukraine for a Memento Mori. The Chernobyl Disaster … Continue reading

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Selfishly Social: An Essay On The Need For Contact

Selfishly Social: An Essay On The Need For Contact Why do we need others? We do, it is a proven fact. Lacking instincts, we need exposure to others than ourself to learn even the most basic life skills. Humans learn through … Continue reading

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Memento Mori… Or, The Importance Of Thinking On Death

Lately I read an article in my local paper about how a butcher’s display window had started to garner protest, as the villagers found the hanging carcasses and skinned animals in it distasteful. I didn’t know if I had to … Continue reading

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