What is this?

It would be a disservice to all readers to attempt to define what this blog will be in a matter of paragraphs, as it’s always changing and evolving.

What can be said that will be omnipresent within the words that are read in this is that everything written in/on this blog revolves around the things that I believe to be important in the grand scheme of things. I am a person determined to discover, and This are views in the form of writing. We learn about all kinds of things during life, and I reflex through my writing.

If you’re interested, please stay and read. I take a look on a plethora of different topics, but beyond that, I’m discovering about how I feel on the great many things around us as people.

May there be many discoveries on this journey!

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14 thoughts on “What is this?

  1. Thanks for this fascinating blog! I plan to go back and leave a few comments later when i have a bit more time to make them coherent ๐Ÿ™‚

    But in the meantime, I’ve decided to pass on the Inspiring Blogger Award to you. It’s a badge you can put in your side bar, and nominate others if you’d like. Here’s my acceptance post so you have an idea of what it is.

    http://writersparty.com/2012/06/21/inspiringbloggeraward/

    Keep doing what you do!

  2. I think it is quite interesting that a young man of your age has the intelligence, vocabulary, thoughts, and writing ability to write such a thought provoking blog. Your parents must be very proud of you. Your teachers must be happy that they have you in their classes. I am wondering what you are reading that has given you such an insight on life and metaphysics. Good luck on your new adventure. By the way I hope you enjoyed my blog and will contribute to it often! Kathy

    • My mother doesn’t like to use the word proud, as it is an ego-fueled term… although I know she is. But I don’t do any of my writing for their approval.
      I’ve always had great connections with my teachers, but as I recently posted, I think the eduction system that is currently in place isn’t going anywhere.
      The stuff I read is like Many Lives, Many Masters, The Power of Now, Buddha: A Story of Enlightenment. All books I recommend.
      And thank you for stopping by! Really appreciate the comment.

  3. that’s quite a reading list and given those titles, you might enjoy:

    A Guide to the Good Life by William Irvine. It is an engaging discussion of the usefulness of having a philosophy of life and why that of the Stoics is worth consideration. Many would say it is a little late in life for me, geezer that I am, but it would be well timed for you. and everyone should take a bit of time to think about how to live their life and why.

    Seems I stumbled upon Stoicism along the way. So this is filling in some blanks and assuring me that if indeed Iโ€™m crazy, so were some pretty smart Greeks and Romans. Oh, and Stoicism isnโ€™t what I thought it was. Might not be what you think it is either.

      • not at all. rather,
        I wish I had come across it earlier
        It runs counter to the prevalent American culture
        and I didn’t realize that what I had (somewhat) figured out on my own had such a rich tradition and foundation

      • I was going to say, that is certain not something I would look down on. Obviously I have to look into it more, but I think it could fruit a lot more than what’s set in place now in much of western society.

  4. I lost your blog on Fate vs Freewill. God is not some impersonal force. He has personality and will. He loves us and wants the best for us. God wants to be personally involved in our lives. He wants the best for us. He also allows us freewill. We can make good or bad choices and they will affect our lives. But God works for good for those who love him. If you are really seriously searching for answers, I would be glad to point you to the hope you can find in the Bible. You can contact me at: brammers@vodafone.co.nz

  5. Hey dude, good luck on your journey!
    And if you like a wild ride I will give you a suggestion. Say honestly from your heart /but only if you really feel it/: “God, let Your Will happen, not my one!” and surrender yourself to His hands.
    That’s all, very easy …. but be prepared for Everything :-))

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