We were born in a world where everything ticks to the rhythm time; from the moment of conception, our lives were put on a timetable. While in utero we were put on a trimester schedule on which we gestated to birth; and even after birth, our lives were measured by time, base on the narrow … More The currency of time
We, humans, have mastered the art of externalizing our thoughts and imaginations into observable realities, the clothes we wear, the cars we drive, and the houses in which we live are all physical expressions of our minds. In the same way that our thoughts and imaginations physicalized themselves into our lives, the emotional feeling of … More Emotionalized love
When labor first came into contact with the wealth of the earth, wealth was covered with crudeness and was unbecoming to the eyes; it was the labor that unearthed wealth and polished its crudeness with its sweat until wealth is enriched with usable and exchangeable values. But once wealth was ready to be enjoyed and … More Pimping labor
We’ve misplaced the problems we’ve in our lives by misdiagnosing life with these problems, but if we should do a self-diagnosis, it would reveal that these problems lie with us. One of the problems we’ve in our lives is that we see ourselves as having a life rather than being life, this caused us to … More Self-diagnoses
The forecast of the futurities is shrouded with clouds of uncertainties but it’s also sprinkled with few certainties that are truer than prophecy; the certainties of good and bad times. Good and bad times are the conjoined twin of life with shared custody over life’s experiences; good times can never separate itself from bad times … More Conjoin twin of life: good and bad times.
Earth is the quintessential mother, she has never relinquished her motherly duties; while other mothers have summoned the midwife of life to cut the umbilical of dependency, mother earth has never stopped breastfeeding us, earthlings. The sustenance of her breast is rich with life-saving ingredients of which all mouths partake; and just as the trees … More Mother earth: the quintessential mother.
Life is a riddle with many questions, even our earliest thoughts came in form of questions, with the most quizzical question of all; who are we? We were clothed with identities even while we were still in utero, these identities were tailor-made to fit who society thinks we are. But all identities are man-made masks … More Who are we?
Most mirrors are artificial eyes that help us to see aspects of ourselves that are hidden from or difficult to see with our natural eyes. But, these artificial eyes are bendable and breakable which causes them at times to send distorted reflections to only natural eyes. Actions are the only mirrors in life that give … More Mirrors: truest reflections.
Where can we find the meaning of life and how does the meaning of life affect how we feel about life? Mankind had searched the pages of books for the meaning of life for centuries yet it has managed to evade us and we’ve searched the heavens but our myopic vision fell short of grasping … More The meaning we give to life.
Simplicity is the native language of life that translates its truest meaning without adding nor taking away anything from its essence; it’s the effortless flow of life that allows it to express itself uninterruptedly. It allows the heart to dances to the perfect rhythm of life without even being choreographed, the sun to effortlessly shines … More Simplicity: the native language of life.