Already

I can already taste it on my tongue, that which I often indulge is somehow ever-present in my senses. Before the act of my decision a decision's been made; an outcome decided. And yet I may rage against it, if I foolishly so decide. There are things in this reality which may seem absurd, insensible, … Continue reading Already

Cynicism and the Art of Transcendence

"Imagine that you're naive. When you're naive you're someone who thinks you trust people, because you think everyone has good motivations...Here's the developmental pathway: first you're naive and you trust everyone, and then someone cuts you off at the knees or multiple people do. Or maybe you cut yourself off at the knees because maybe … Continue reading Cynicism and the Art of Transcendence