Sunday, August 2, 2015

     Some people who were born in male bodies identify as female, and vice versa. I do not identify as "human". 

     It's funny, because when you talk to every-day people about that, they think you're crazy, yet when you read the writings of men who are considered to be the best thinkers, of any age, they all say the same thing. They identify as consciousness, and not as a human body. 

     The human condition has never been celebrated or prized by any of the great philosophers or free thinkers. 

     That's my story, and I'm sticking to it. 

Saturday, August 1, 2015

            When I die, I’m going to get as far away from humans as possible. In my relatively mild stint as a human, I have been unable to connect in a permanently logical and compassionate way, no matter how hard I've tried.

            One-on-one, I have seen extreme cases of kindness, but when humans form groups, acts of kindness are generally symbolic and have no real substance. Humans as ethnic groups, political parties, countries, races, and mankind can always be counted on to attack logic and loudly proclaim to be victims of it.

            Truths about Human behavior, whether they are negative, positive, or neutral are always perceived as a cruel attack, and deemed “inappropriate”.


            Failings and flaws are flaunted with pride. Feelings become facts and are regarded as more important than individuals.