Balance Is Everything
  1. April 15, 2021

    Existential threats are plentiful in the modern age. Once upon a time, humans could count their threats on the one hand. The threats of antiquity were tangible and easy to understand. Wild animals, poisonous lifeforms, a nearby village, and sharp rocks were the threats of the day. In the modern era, we can indulge in… Continue reading Existential Threats

  2. February 27, 2021

    A vessel is what I am. I’m part of a complex system of connections in a world of connections. Like the roots of a tree, my existence depends on how deep it goes. Have my roots dug far enough to understand the world I live in? Never, for more roots do not take away from… Continue reading A Vessel

  3. January 12, 2021

    I traveled a breathless eternity to find peace. I have arrived tempered by the desperate scars of a life lived. I am grounded like a thousand-year-old tree. I am finally one with the universe. I let go, like a stream around a small hill. I watch the small pools of water turning dark from the… Continue reading I Feel Peace

  4. January 01, 2021

    I don’t know how to start. I’m adding a few more bytes to the Internet. We humans have come a long way since the early hard drives of the 80s to the 1 million exabytes stored on the Internet at large. There are 4.4 million blog posts made per day. What makes anyone think that… Continue reading The Meaning of Meaning

  5. December 02, 2020

    The meaninglessness of social media has reached a tipping point. Mark Zuckerberg’s extremist view has created a monster, and we’re all paying the price. People sharing more – even if just with their close friends or families – creates a more open culture and leads to a better understanding of the lives and perspectives of… Continue reading The Meaningless of Social Media

  6. November 24, 2020

    Sometimes I wonder about where I’ve been and what I have overcome. I’ve put myself through the wringer a lot. Heck, I’m still putting myself through the wringer, but not with the same things I did in the past. Self Unawareness Most of my life could aptly be described as blissful ignorance. Only in the… Continue reading Sometimes I Wonder

  7. September 17, 2020

    We’re hung up on thousands of layers of bullshit. If we’re completely honest with ourselves, we get hung up on small details every day. Often we get hung up on details for a great reason like solving difficult problems that require getting hung up on information to solve them. Most of the time, we get… Continue reading We’re hung up

  8. August 13, 2020

    My observations on humanity are numerous. I like to think. It gets me in big trouble sometimes. I’ll spend days, weeks, and even months pondering concepts in my brain and defining relationships to other ideas. It can be quite a distraction, but sometimes it leads to observations like the following. Children We are kids with… Continue reading Observations on Humanity

  9. June 28, 2020

    Scientists agree that wearing a mask will help prevent COVID-19. Please wear a mask, this is a public health and safety concern, this is NOT POLITICAL! Here is the advice from experts. The CDC The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a national public health institute in the United States. The CDC recommendations include using a cloth… Continue reading Wear a mask

  10. June 11, 2020

    While we debate racism, let’s remember that it is a social construct and not based on science. We are all one race, the human race, and discrimination between colors is entirely arbitrary. People that treat others differently because of their skin are wildly misinformed. The people that engage in this social construct, racism, are following… Continue reading Racism is a social construct

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