The World Isn’t Fair

Children are born without fathers; bombs fall from the sky and extinguish the lives of innocent people; cancer manifests without justification; disability strikes down even the most compassionate of our kind and the universe is cold in witness of the atrocities that men of sand visit upon one another. The truth is blatant to those … Continue reading The World Isn’t Fair

The Climb for a Dominant Position in Hierarchy Will Not Bring You Happiness

Like animals, humans have a variety of social hierarchies. The relationships shared between individuals within these hierarchies may be defined by monetary income, education, position, prestige, or what have you. As a general rule, humans tend to strive to dominate these hierarchies by attaining the highest level of status possible. Why? In viewing the world … Continue reading The Climb for a Dominant Position in Hierarchy Will Not Bring You Happiness

Why I Dropped Out of College – Part 1

Attending institutions of higher education is often considered a mandatory requisite to the unfolding of one's "success" in life. Go to college and get a degree, and you will land a job that will provide financial security in a field that you enjoy. This is the conditioned truth. While it is blatantly evident that college … Continue reading Why I Dropped Out of College – Part 1

Ashes – The Commoner

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYlPvRNiDtk Man of sand has strewn his cities across the earth and sea.. Laughing at the gods so arrogantly as he tries to set himself free he says, "I wont be ashamed of how Ive scorched the Earth..I wont feel a thing when the last crimson flower dies... I will to own the earth..the rain, … Continue reading Ashes – The Commoner

Two Societies: The Kerner Commission’s Portent

The 1968 assertion of the Kerner Commission which portends the eventual bifurcation of the American populace into two unequal societies (white and black), can be supported with socio-economic data. To begin, let it be noted that economic inequalities for all racial groups are readily observed. For example, according to the updated 2005 study by G. … Continue reading Two Societies: The Kerner Commission’s Portent