Friday, August 28, 2009

Monday, August 24, 2009

If life weren't worth living ...none of us would be here.


I posted this once before but felt the need to post it again. It is of great importance.

I definitely know and have pretty much always known that humanity has suffered greatly and therefore it can be VERY difficult to see beyond suffering and imagine a much more peaceful existence. There is no doubt in my mind that many "organizations" have done their best at controlling the populace, lulling them/us into a false sense of security. The one good thing I have noticed is that more and more people appear to be awakening to this fact. They are awakening slowly but nonetheless are still awakening. I realize to hope for a massive worldwide change is quite lofty. Nevertheless, I remain true in my hope and/or faith in mankind. Whether it means being witness to a cataclysmic destruction of our race or bearing witness to the dawn of the age of enlightenment.Yes, we do have a tendency to become hostile towards each other but I like to think of it as something we inherited from our primitive ancestors. Their violent actions were useful to them because they had to hunt for their food and fight off any other nomadic tribe that would try to steal from them. I don't believe humanity as a whole enjoys fighting. It is just one of those traits that still lingers in us. We should not try to suppress those urges but instead channel them into much more useful endeavors. Personally, I have never been in a full-fledged physical fight. I have stood up to many "bullies" that would pick on me or anyone else but for some reason they just never followed through with their threats. I've found that usually when someone wants to physically harm you it is because they have been hurt themselves either emotionally or physically. It doesn't even matter if you were the person that caused them harm in the first place. The best technique for beginning any internal change is Introspection. Introspection can be defined as self-analysis. The same way a psychiatrist or psychologist would examine a patient's emotional behavior. With Introspection we are able to go much deeper and gain a greater understanding of ourselves and our actions. Not very many people are willing to give it a try because it does mean having to confront a lot of things from your past, things you may wish to never deal with. Once you are able to break through those boundaries, whatever they may be, you will find that you actually like who you are and what you are capable of accomplishing.Our existence is not always sunny and bright but we do not have to be content with living a life of negativity. We are what we perceive ourselves to be. Our future is shaped by the infinite power of our minds.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Wednesday, August 19, 2009


Where does our energy come from? a source? where does the source get its energy? another source? Where does the source of the source get its energy?

Is existence just an infinite cycle that has never really had a beginning? One would think that there was at least some kind of minute event that took place which allowed everything to exist. Something which also allowed a creator to create and have his creations create. If there was no beginning then could there have been an "ending" which then immediately took the form of a continuous cycle?

There is an answer to this perplexing conundrum....somewhere.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

At Odds End

I suppose eventually our species will come to an end. Possibly millions upon millions of years from now. One can only hope that our civilization will have evolved enough to the point that mankind will eliminate every external source of suffering.

Everything that is supposed to happen is currently unfolding before our very eyes!

Saturday, August 15, 2009

The Old Is New

What once was old is quickly becoming new! And what once was new is quickly becoming old!
We all know this deep down within our consciousness.
The day will come when we no longer need money.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Not a lot going on right now. I’m actively looking for ways to acquire some start-up money for my ebay business. Math has never been my strong suit so it kinda feels weird to have to figure out a bunch of numbers. I’ll come to one conclusion then realize that I have to figure out a much more “realistic” one. I did have some money set aside in order to cover some shipping costs but then some bastard asked for a refund on a phone he purchased. It seriously drained a significant portion of that money! Now I am trying to figure out a way to supplement those shipping costs. I mailed out 7 items today that should’ve been mailed out last week and I still have to mail about 8 more items. I really do not have the money to cover shipping right now. I know I will find some way to get around that. Just waiting for that light bulb to turn on.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Looks like my home business will be under way soon. Still writing too. :-)
I used to follow atheism but they are no better off than the rest of us.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Reality is illusion.
Do not take our Universe for granted!


Today I met my newly appointed step-dad's sister and her friends. She lives in this pretty cool condo that is high up in the mountains. There is a nice mountain view from her backyard. I didn't really talk much. I just sat back, had a few drinks and stared at the scenery. It was one of those rare moments when everything becomes perfectly clear. :-)

Friday, August 7, 2009

I wonder if blogs will have the same capabilities as phones in the future.


Oh, boy I sure could go for some KFC right about now. I wish I could afford it. heh

Things have been steady, to say the least. Still doing my best to write down all of my mind clutter. My book is coming along. I think I kind of go back and forth between wanting to finish it and not wanting to just because I am afraid it won't turn out the way I have it planned in my head. But I suppose none of that matters anyways because I can always rewrite it and edit it.
There's no validity in me thinking beyond the story.
Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible.-M.C. Escher

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Energy Drink

Where does our energy go when it no longer has any form to cling to? Does it just vaporize or transform into something else entirely? Will there ever be a way to slow down or perhaps stop this process entirely?

All we have to rely on as of right now is our own minds and our capacity to love unconditionally.