The Ten Perfections Applied To Writing

    So, if you’re a long term reader of the blog, then you might be aware that I am interested in spirituality. I’m not a magician or anything like that, but I do take an interest in certain philosophies, mainly Eastern but I do appreciate stoicism and have been reading Marcus Aurelius and Seneca … Continue reading The Ten Perfections Applied To Writing

Two Pages (03/10/16)

Yesterday was a major sprint in times of development of my writing projects. I had not intended to finish the notes on Until She Sings, but between Saturday night and Sunday morning, I had gotten ahead of myself and completed the work. Lawful Evil gets worked on daily, and even that warranted three pages. I … Continue reading Two Pages (03/10/16)

Create Your Own Religion by Daniele Bolelli

Synopsis: CREATE YOUR OWN RELIGION is a call to arms -- an open invitation to question all the values, beliefs and worldviews that humanity has so far held as sacred in order to find the answers we need to the very practical problems facing us. Writer, philosopher and professor of comparative religion, Daniele Bolelli, leads … Continue reading Create Your Own Religion by Daniele Bolelli

Book Reviews – Consumed by David Cronenberg

I love his movies. I liked his book. It is a disturbing, technically detailed, visceral read. It manages to check off a range of taboo subjects, I learned about a few fetishes that I added to my mental list of things you never want your mum to google as well as some interesting ideas about … Continue reading Book Reviews – Consumed by David Cronenberg

It is a good viewpoint to see the world as a dream. When you have something like a nightmare, you will wake up and tell yourself it was only a dream.  It is said that the world we live in is not a bit different from this Hakagure - The Book of the samurai

On goodness

Concern is all the justification that is required, and refusing to do a finite amount of good because you cannot do an infinite amount of good is a morally perverse position. Iain Banks