Before I begin it is worth mentioning what I myself identify as politically. I am a British conservative (lower case C: not the party), which means I am Libertarian when it comes to the market, a Classical Liberal (think Mill) when it comes to free-speech (I think the only hate speech is a literal commandment of … Continue reading Concerning Antifa.
Dear Reader, I have recently had several conversations about my conception of God and things related to that, out of these conversations I have formed this article. So, if any of the sentences seem like they are answering a question, they are, and I apologise if any of it doesn't make sense to you, however, I am happy … Continue reading Concerning my views on religious ideas and God.
Riding further into life's shadow With pestilence as my stead. Tearing up dirt from the meadow, Demanding that these lands bleed. Frothing forth from the mouth The plague that I breath. Sword stabbing at the truth, In lies I can breed. Now, the time has come I come forth for that which I need. I'll … Continue reading #112 – Parasite
Who's riding late in windy plains wild? It is the father with his child; He has the boy held in his arm, He embraces him close, he keeps him warm. "My son, why cover your face in such fear?" "You don't see the Elf-king father, drawing near? The King of Elves with crown and tail!" … Continue reading #111 – Elf-King
Surrounded by people, Dripping with spite, With each day growing more feeble, And telling ourselves "It'll be all right." They spoke with their bitter tongue "You'll find yourself alone," It's the fear that they weren't wrong, "Only to be remembered when you're stone." There's a block, A disability in my hearing That forces me not … Continue reading #110 – Hueco
In this essay I will be attempting to answer the question: 'is it conceptually possible to forgive someone who does not show remorse?' Beginning this with the definition of forgiveness, pardoning, and neglect, I will then move on to an extreme example by Fyodor Dostoyevsky in his novel The Brothers Karamazov, going on to explore the possibility of forgiveness with no anger or resentment, and also … Continue reading Forgiveness with no remorse.
As I speak in tune to the rhythm of my heart, Out comes the sincere Words which express my deepest fear: That death will tear us apart. My anxiety stems from the thought Of you alone with a broken Heart, or me without you, Dying with a silent sigh. Although our days together may be … Continue reading #109 – Roots