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Writer of metaphysical philosophies. Winner of the Literary Titan Silver Book Award
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I don’t enjoy spending money. I prefer giving abstract things like emotional support (A/K/A advice from my personal point of view, sense of humor, and experience) in my blog writings. Spending money often feels wasteful to me; buying things that I don’t need feels uncomfortable, and so I don’t have much incentive to accumulate wealth.…


What Does Freedom Taste Like?

B.4.U HIT HURT HOLLER HATE THINKK.SHOP There are two worlds: our bodies and the external world. — Immanuel Kant Where is God, Mr. Kant? Nevermind. Let’s leave God out of the conversation now, as Energy and Frequency are easier to understand with our current science-based mindsets. Let’s also leave the Holy Spirit out of it,…

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The Meditation Diet

Man is something to be surpassed — Freidrick Nietzsche (1844-1900) According to The Philosophy Book, Big Ideas Simply Explained, existentialism was against Christianity’s concept that we should “turn away from what seems important in this life, and try to transcend it,” which existentialists believed would turn us away from life itself. Today, neuroscientists also say…

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Free Will

Over his own body and mind, an individual is sovereign — John Stuart Mill With this post I begin a new writing journey. I am hopeful about new insights being gained from my exploration, and to be piggybacking into my awareness. I recently purchased the 300+ page “The Philosophy Book” to extract content as reference…

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B 4 U

HIT HURT HOLLER HATE – THINKK.SHOP To help build your self-awareness and give you hope, the new is coming to you in June (my birthday month) with a t-shirt campaign to gain support to build the website. Here’s the link to the storefront You’ve got 14 more days. Orders will start shipping on June 18th. Spread…

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Man, Machine, and Air

There is no conflict between the ideal of religion and the ideal of science, but science is opposed to theological dogmas because science is founded on fact. To me, the universe is simply a great machine which never came into being and never will end. The human being is no exception to the natural order.…

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Timeless advice by a great poet. A few of my old favorite poets include Gerard Manley Hopkins, the modernist insurance Vice President whose name I hardly ever remember (Wallace Stevens), the lower case e.e. Cummings, the beat Charles Bukowski, and the deep dark Sylvia Plath when I’m especially happy. I see poets as great philosophers.…

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Thank You, Subscribers!

Thinkk! About It Welcome to my blog. I am honestly grateful for your attention in this world of data overload. In fact, the chances that you have found my blog among the myriad is almost a miracle. While I grow this blog I’ll occasionally keep you informed about behind-the-scenes activities. The main intention of me…

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The Significant Triangle

On the right is a scribbled existential question I had that demanded I write it down. The nearest scrap of note paper sufficed, and in retrospect added a little fanciful color. Not quite illuminated page replica, but flavorful nevertheless. If you need something for your wall or study space, I invite you to download and…

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Eudora Alice Welty

Eudora Alice Welty was an American short story writer, novelist and photographer, who wrote about the American South. She said, “It had been startling and disappointing to me to find out that story books had been written by people, that books were not natural wonders, coming up of themselves like grass. Yet regardless of where…

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