Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Here we go Again

Fighting continues here on Earth.

Empire may attack Syria.

When, swords to plowshares?

Saturday, July 20, 2013


True leadership isn't giving orders to another while marshaling troops to force compliance. Neither is it paraphrasing the commands of higher-ups for your underlings to execute. For where is it you are leading them when you yourself know not the destination or the reasons.

And even if you feel you know the reasons, leadership isn't commanding. For if you truly know and feel the value of the reasons for a contemplated course of action, why can't you inspire instead of require that others follow in your wake?

What is leadership?
But the fate of a
Lonely, lucky fool
Happening to trail
Tethers from his back
Which other lonely fools
Grasp onto hoping....

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

We live in a world of Language

Let's leave English out of this one and parse it only into NLB (nonlinear bliss).
You're on your own.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

The Parsing of Wordiness

Language itself is beautiful indeed, especially when well-written and profound.
In the line above, Dan Brown speaks as Skakespeare did.

Stuck as we often are in obtuse modern complexities of thought and expression,
we need poets to bring us back to something we've lost.

To that end, nonlinear Bliss can cut away much mental clutter.

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Like a Golden Capstone

The mind sits like a golden capstone

atop the physical body.

The philosopher's stone.

Through the staircase of the spine,

energy ascends and descends, circulating,
connecting the heavenly mind to the physical body.

The quotes above & below are from Dan Brown's novel, The Lost Symbol.

The body is indeed a temple.