Too Fast, Too Paris
There’s comfort to not being terrorized by the thought that one’s action or inaction contributes to an inevitable future at the mercy of eventual degeneration.
With Distance We Make Friends
It’s easy to be friendly. But some people assume friendliness should mean unbridled openness. Far too often I’ve seen how some people would lovebomb strangers in the hope that they will win their trust and friendship. I think true friendship takes time.
Just Because It Is, Doesn’t Mean It Has to Be (Or Why Facts Aren’t Enough to Determine Futures)
Facts are not ethical statements. So how can we make moral judgments from observation?
Suffering is a Cookie: Chronicles During the COVID-19 Community Quarantine
I suffer because I believe that I deserve that cookie. But I also know that eating that cookie comes with consequences.
Is There Really A Self? (& 10 PM Explorations of Being)
What if, as Plato said in his allegory of the cave, we only see shadows of reality, and that is because of the frailty that is our humanity?