Reflections on life, philosophy, art and futurology
It is ironic that I find more humanity- in the conversations of people on the brink of death – than in the thoughtless banter of modern society. To seek love, purpose and meaning is our human destiny. So automatically you are not a loser, you see?
I aim to develop a working knowledge of what other talented people have discovered and created, and concurrently develop a holistic understanding to help piece together the dots.
What happens when an entire planet of humans understand their value/place in the cosmos and become “enlightened”? What do we call this potential collective higher consciousness, comprised of all the functioning souls of humanity and the Eden around us?
I invite and challenge you to disrupt these modern comforts. Suspend your disbelief and urges for just one month. Resist the temptation to fill boredom with other people's lives and opinions. Whether you think mass media is an incarnation of evil or a platform for cultural ...
Whose flag do we honor, whose flag do we blame? Are they separate or one in the same?
My approach is humanistic. My values are scientific. My opinion is irrelevant. But my humanity is not.
Technological advancement at the level we are seeing now is something to embrace, not fear. It gives us the opportunity to radically improve all of our lives, as long as we understand the implications. We are progressively and incrementally approaching a point where humanity
Billowy clouds overhead, the night knows peace. The wind sinks and swirls along the Earth, hugging the ground before rising back up and carving an opening in the clouds. The stable gate opens, and from them horses emerge.
My ideal view of the future is one in which humanity reconnects with nature, our one globally shared home. We will apply technology with a humanist approach, rather than a commercial one. Rather than driving people apart, technology will do the heavy lifting and allow humans