Life was hewn from the environment like monuments were from rocks. The environment determined the structure of our face, designed the texture of our hair, defined the thickness of our lips, and formed the size of our nose, yet we view the environment as the mere background in the picture of life. Estranged by our … More The forgotten self:
Dear Pro-life activists, As self-proclaimed champions for life, you encamped about the wombs of women with stethoscopes, attentively listening for the first beat of life, to make sure that women don’t violate their fetal rights. Your love for life is relatively short, starting at conception and ending nine months later at birth. It’s so convenient … More A letter to “pro-life” activists
Once there was a great debate among the tongue, the heart, and the mind over which one of them is the originator of lies. “after giving it many thoughts,” said the mind, “the heart is the originator of lies, for lies, are shortcuts that the heart takes to meet its desires. Without the heart, there … More The parable of the liars
Wise men say that life is a cycle of rebirths,even black holes must gather lightsto give birth to the sun again.So I say to mother nature:In my rebirth abort my mindand plant me as a seed in a distant forestso that I may grow into a mindless fig treewith thoughtlessness that’s unableto ponder the burdens … More Rebirth
The window of our neighbor is the door through which happiness exits our lives. When we look through the lens of comparison, we find our unhappiness sitting beside and drooling over the happiness of our neighbors. Social beings are like voyeurs that get emotionally stimulated by looking at the lifestyles of others. Some people try … More The lens of comparison.
While fishing in the future to find what we considered to be life’s missing pieces, mankind was washed astray and lost their peace with the present moment. We’ve deceptively convinced ourselves that life is an incomplete puzzle with future events as its missing pieces, waiting to solve its riddle. Because we view the future as … More The present moment: the soulmate of life.