I’ve only ever had threesomes: Myself, my sexual partner, and some third thing that hovered over and between us, Like netting cast against mosquitoes, Except the mosquitoes were my own mind. * Well, not exclusively threesomes: My purest sexual experiences have been with friends, Times where the pleasure was something which flowed from our friendship,… Continue reading I’ve only ever had threesomes
To the soul upon its passing: Thank you for your visit here. Thank you for the light you brought with you, The kindness, the warmth. Upon your return to the creator, We hope you remember that this life was but a dream, A transitory experience you added to Like a slap of the wheel with… Continue reading To the soul upon its passing
I want to introduce the idea that there are at least three forms of love. The first is the one with which we are indoctrinated in movies, romantic love. In this kind of love, we feel our heart leap upon meeting another person; they complete us! There is a sense that anything is possible, and… Continue reading Romantic, companionate, and boundless love
To see friends After meeting strangers for so long... A shared history envelopes you, A shared vibration. You are seen, You are known, Loved. In this fellowship, It is possible to be reborn To the self you always were, As though remembering, “Ah, yes, That was my name.” In friendship, You meet your destiny.
Written for lovers of literature interested in self-actualization, Literature: How to Read and Understand the World teaches readers how to derive principles of wisdom from literature and apply them to their lives. The book achieves this through a series of five essential steps, including identifying with literary characters, aggregating principles of wisdom from their experience,… Continue reading Coda: on respect and freedom in modern education (L:HtR/UtW)