Tag Archives: dualism

Ignore/Accept Them

Their gaze is an illusion That slices open our souls Picking out the threads Of unfashionable colors. You carved out psychic knives That travel between windows To slice into nerves Only when we fear them. A barbed electric lasso Singing through the air Teaches the problems Of having just enough rope. The windows only open […]

Human Fundamentalism

I got into an argument with a (self proclaimed) Christian who didn’t want his holy books questioned. Does he think You fit in a book? I got into an argument with an (self proclaimed) Atheist who didn’t want his learned men questioned. Don’t they demand to be questioned? I’m finally starting to see why, no […]

You Are a Programmer

Turn on. Boot up. [BEEP] Initialize kernel:Simulation[AlphaOmega].42.0.3.7… Continue Music. Loading module:timeSpace… Loading module:energy… Writing structure:entropy… Loading module:matter… Writing structure:atomic… Loading module:engineering… Writing rule:hydrogen… Loading engineeringLibrary… …warning engineeringLibrary not found, creating log file… …error writing to log file:errors.txt; file is in use. Continuing… Writing stellar.org….. Writing stellar2.org……… Writing structure:stellarEngineering… Writing planetary.org… Writing rule:planetaryEngineering… Writing rule:chemicalEngineering… Writing […]

Genesis, Chapter 13

Landowners and Renters Sarai’s house had grown large in Egypt. The land beyond those fertile borders had been emptied from the ravages of famine. Where there weren’t fields, grasslands filled with wild animals, There were thin strangers, in thin families, wearing their scars. The Egyptian Exiles spread easily over the land of Canaan. The drought […]

Genesis, Chapter 12

The First Scientist The city of Ur was a nest of vipers in those last days of Babylon. People lived freely with war on their doorstep, in ignorance that their age was ending. The lessons of Nimrod’s reign stuck, Empires were born. Each new nimrod trying to out nimrod the next. But people always rise […]

Genesis, Chapter 10

Generations The survivors of Noah grew in number, feeding off the land. Noah’s friends and children lived on with the bitterness she held at the end. Humans spread from Africa across the world, following their ancient kin. The climate continued to change, and the once vast savannas of the Sahara turned into endless dunes. The […]

Paradoxically Living

A lie tells the truth. The antonym is nothing without the original meaning. Freedom tells of responsibility. Experience explains innocence. Sin is created from temptation and virtue. Chasing each other, around a central gravity point. Chasing each other around You. To see the shape, You have to get in front of it. Be there, waiting […]

Nondualism and the Serpent

The serpent that entered the garden. Invited, even. You need me. You can’t exist without me. You need me. What’s wholeness without a little duality? As an unchallenged whole, it’s just too boring. Isn’t it? You always need something else. To spice things up a little. To blame. This constant need to split. That’s what […]