The Prototype

Why we are here seems to be such a never ending question in the life experience. I’m not necessarily sure it has an answer. It’s like a strange koan: endlessly looking for answers to paradoxes....

Of Meaning In Life

The absurdist philosopher Albert Camus once wrote, "there is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy."...

The Calculus of Human Experience

True wealth is, perhaps, to touch infinity in one of these symbols while enduring the courtship with total catastrophe. For that which boldly adventures to touch infinity in their domain acts as a new tool to expand this glorious work of art – life!...

The Good of Expiry Dates

Should all good things require an expiry date? If we think about it, people’s most beloved items always has an expiry date. Always have a...

The Co-Creative Sandbox

A painter does not paint without a mark of impression made from another human experience. The business owner does not operate without a customer to serve. The construction worker cannot construct buildings without persons to inhabit them...

The Paradise Fantasy

It is ridiculous to feel so inhuman as to never feel the regrets of the passing of time and life. It’s likewise inhuman, not to have the paradise fantasy, of that mysterious place , round the corner, just over the crest of the hill just behind the island in the distance....