Thoughts & Writings

Different ways of trying to say the same thing.
You can't believe or comprehend the totality of a life system until you begin to develop your own. It is not clever sayings and bumper stickers. It has to do with your movement, balance, both physical, emotional, and combined. It has to do with how you analyze and organize all the bullshit of your swiftly deteriorating cyberpunk world. It becomes your superpower, it is the best version of yourself possible, and developing.

warrior scholar

I never realized till now, that my passion, that has guided and formed my life, is the path of the warrior scholar.

Caterpillar & The Worms

Poor caterpillar is confused. How can he plan his life with worms for a frame of reference.

Dystopia invisible & now

So why don’t more people say, “I am in a dystopia.?” Because what would be their frame of reference?

your operating system

The story that you, your family, your time and culture  use to explain and organize your life.

The Matrix Introduction

Are these people confused? Do they know who they are and where they are going? Would they take the Red Pill?

A narrative approach

This is how my pilgrimage began. I was downtown, where my work  resembled something from Alice in Wonderland,

The iceberg model

All the rules of your game are there floating above the waterline. Your education is based on this model.

Laugh at Your Past

It’s not any one victory, it’s the ability to devote  yourself toward a goal. You are blocked by walls of wet toilet paper.

HONOR IN A TIME OF CYBERPUNK

Cyberpunk is not one of many possibilities for the future. It is here and now. 1984 is already here.

Emotional Control

Emotional Control can be the difference between life and death. Work on this constantly.

The beast in your arena

It can be very difficult to objectify a fear or trouble. It looms dark before you, and is like a stone in your gut.

Smile when the shit hits the fan

“I love the man that can smile in trouble, that can gather strength from distress.”

It is only through labor and painful effort, by grim energy and resolute courage, that we move on to better things. - Theodore Roosevelt