Your “talent” is not some magical force you can tap into, it has always been built up over time. You did that. Every talent you have, you have accumulated and that process started when you were conceived, in your mother’s womb. “I don’t have talent” is never an excuse. It is never too late to start building talent. Make the world your womb. Stay hard.
What Dante will have been
Leg lives matter
What are we waiting for?
The night is young
Talkshow the Carousel
I went to the moon
Corona for nihilists
I like the sea
Cooperative Maze Game
“What is the purpose of life?”
“Mainly gloating over the misfortunes of others”
“And you say evil comes from religion, huh?”
“…And then there’s irony.”
The benefits of running – right from the start
In the end, we are all big-brained monkeys with a limited capacity.
Aronia lemon slushy
Is literary writing the art of making cultivated loneliness feel like engaging conversation?
“A value debased and an illusion unmasked have the same pitiful form; they resemble each other and there is nothing easier than to mistake one for the other.”
From: The Joke by Milan Kundera
Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. – Mark Twain
She who entirely accepts the fact that one man stays at home shows more signs of feminism than she who loudly proclaims that all women have to go to work.
Adorno on Facebook
The notion that every single person considers themselves better in their particular interest than all others, is as long-standing a piece of bourgeois ideology as the overestimation of others as higher than oneself, just because they are the community of all customers. [The source of “likes”] Since the old bourgeois class has abdicated, both lead their afterlife in the Spirit [Geist] of intellectuals, who are at the same time the last enemies of the bourgeois, and the last bourgeois. By allowing themselves to still think at all vis-a-vis the naked reproduction of existence, they behave as the privileged; by leaving things in thought, they declare the nullity of their privilege. – Theodor W. Adorno, quoted by Babette Babich
There are more things between foreplay and orgasm, fellatio, than dreamt of in your philosophies.
Reflections On A Rainy Monday
OMG! If only there was enough mind to boggle!