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Election 2020: Shall we call it a Dystopian Ground Zero? Unlike this past year’s toilet paper industry, there seems to be no short supply of predictions out there as to what happens next in our collective national narrative. Will we as a nation experience the next stages of a dystopian…


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If you’ve never heard R.E.M.’s song “It’s the End of the World,” well, it might not be a bad idea to give a listen because, well, you know…. Seriously, though, here we are: Another insanely controversial presidential election ripping apart government and neighborhood. We’ve got a global viral outbreak where…


As we climb the mountain of the collective consciousness, we seem to be gravitating towards some fantastical aspect of the year 2020. Will it be meaningful for many of us? …


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Awareness in life, including our individual awareness of the reality in which we all share, is crucial for our survival and progression as a species.

Imagine yourself driving home and looking forward to the solace of your own little slice of respite, that peace that’s crucial to your sanity; but…


Perception really is everything. At the end of each day, there are ultimately only two views or ways of seeing things: Either everything sucks without a purpose and life is total chaos, or everything is leading to fresh, new, and exciting things. One perspective is dark, depressing, and full of…


DISCLAIMER: This piece of writing is in no way a political statement or is affiliated with any political party that is a part of our collective illusion we call the status quo. The ideas that follow here are merely an attempt to communicate a vital message of unity and sensible humanitarianism (otherwise known as living alongside each other sensibly).

“Politics have no relation to morals.” — Niccolò Machiavelli

What craziness. What absolute craziness. Honestly, if you really, really think about it, I mean really see the forest for the trees (the big picture), all this insanely contentious politics is OUT. OF. CONTROL. Take the recent back and forth bickering…


Well, there goes not just one but two insanely big jackpots — the two coveted pot o’ golds — the very Mega Millions and the motherload of a Powerball. That’s two very, very, very rich people. Somewhere, out there. If I asked if you could imagine what that would be…


“This being human is a house guest. Every morning a new arrival. Welcome and entertain them all.” --Rumi

Mornings. For most of us, they can be tough at least occasionally. Most people associate coffee with the morning. That along with rushing around to go to work, and for most of us living in the developed world, the morning’s potential remains unrealized. But what makes the morning so special…


When you think about it, time is heavy. Time can be sad. Like depressingly sad. Maybe it’s when you’re looking at pictures of “better times” where everyone seems to be happier than they are (and you seem to be) now. Maybe it’s a brief life reflection with or without loved…

Walter Maximus Mitty

Intuitive scientist, layman's philosopher, and spiritual investigator learning to find his way in this thing called life through empathy and imagination.

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