SeCreation. Sex me precious, I’m a fat bastard.

Narratology as allegory for the human condition.

Modern Mystic Mother

Programming my bear arms to wave to right frequency.

I make a ton of metaphors, jokes and overall references to the physical body. Like skin, hair, eyes, brain, genitals, flesh, bone, muscle, sinew, bodily fluids or excretions, lips, tongue, teeth, fingers. Sphincters!

I do so because I have a physical body and (unless I am grossly mistaken) I believe it’s something every person can agree with have in common. Excellent.

We all have material, physical form. Check.

Therefore, we are also surely going to have the following in common, too:

  • The need to eat food. Calories, nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
  • We need to drink water to maintain hydration for optimum functioning. Lubricate the joints and mechanisms of your rusty, busty cage.
  • We need to sleep. Rest, heal, recharge. Dreaming is a perk, remembering them is not a guarantee.
  • You wear some form of clothing.
  • You maintain some level of hygiene.

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The Future Has Started Troubling Me

That’s Why I’m Switching Back To The NOW… This has no context with the post I’m writing. But since I liked the car’s pose… 😁 The future has become a monster for me. Every time I try to peek into it I come back burdened immensely than before. Thinking about anything that isn’t here and now... Continue Reading →

Big announcement

I'm here just to announce something!  I'm thinking just to make alive all of my old content because I found many blogs and most of my readers are new now. So it's better if you check my very very very first articles to know in detail how my blog actually started. The better to do this is to republish all of the content.

The Problem with Arrogance

Troy Headrick's personal blog can be found at Thinker Boy:  Blog & Art. When I was growing up, there was a very common euphemism that was used when referring to those who behaved arrogantly.  Such people were said to be “full of themselves.”  I don’t know if folks still use this phrase or not.  Today,... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Block Is A Myth

And I’m Not Going To Run Out Of Ideas When I started writing (for real), the only thing that used to terrify me was the writer’s block. But anyways, I started. I had to. Whenever I used to fear writer’s block, I would console myself by telling, “We have a lot of mistakes on our side.... Continue Reading →

Questions about growing up and society

Hello Pointless Overthinkers. It's me, Kalliope! Did you miss me? Hmm, don't answer that, I'd rather you save your answers for the following morsels of munchable musings... you know they're a real treat, coming from the chief muse herself. LOL I want to you to define 'growing up.' Is it just submitting your inner self... Continue Reading →

If You Think You Hate Your Job, Read This

Troy Headrick's personal blog can be found at Thinker Boy:  Blog & Art I’ve spent nearly my entire career working on college and university campuses that were located both inside and outside of America.  I currently direct the Integrated Reading and Writing Learning Center (INRW LC) on a community college campus that’s located in San... Continue Reading →

There’s no privacy

Every single user on the internet is being used by the companies to earn the profit and they target everyone by their ad banners. Your personal information is being used for business. It's almost like you're being sold door to door just like a prostitute.

Fighting the Inside Dragons – Forth book review

I had the pleasure to encounter another review of my books. Thank you very much litlemonbooks for this review!

Lit Lemon

Bogdan Ignat

I had to dedicate a whole chapter to this boss dragon called “fear.” I’m doing this because it’s one of the main obstacles that stand between us and the life we want. We cannot kill this dragon because it’s linked to our survival. Fear exists because we need to know when we are in danger so we can act accordingly.

screen shot 2019-01-23 at 1.59.16 pmIf you are looking for a conversational self-help book, psychology, or bettering yourself, you have to give Fighting the Inside Dragon a read. Ignat also has a website, Pointless Over Thinking, where you can read interesting content and participate in thought-provoking conversations via daily questions.

I read a digital copy of Fighting the Inside Dragons and found it quite enjoyable. I have read a handful of similar books that all feel more like textbook littered with case studies. Fighting the Inside Dragons does a great job…

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The Story Without A Title

“man standing on sand while spreading arms beside calm body of water” by Kal Loftus on Unsplash Oh wait, you already saw it… I don’t know what I’m going to write today! I just wished to write something different. I was bored of do-this-do-that stuff.Even my homepage is full of stories I don’t want to read. Right... Continue Reading →

How I Try To Not Suck (As Much)

Allie Diltz's personal blog can be found at Confession: I Suck. It’s been a while since I wrote anything. I had started my blog in November last year, and I was super motivated at first. I had so many things I wanted to talk about and my point of view on parenting, mental health... Continue Reading →

Curiosity Didn’t Kill the Cat

Troy Headrick’s personal blog can be found at Thinker Boy:  Blog & Art My mother has told me stories about how curious I was as a child.  I don’t know if I was born this way or if this curiosity was mostly nurtured.  I guess that’s sort of a what-came-first-the-chicken-or-the-egg type of question.  I do... Continue Reading →

Overthinking: A Nuanced Discussion

Troy Headrick's personal blog can be found at Thinker Boy:  Art & Blog I see some people posting blogs (and comments about them) on thinking and the role it plays in human life.  As someone who has expertise in thinking—especially in what some call “critical thinking”—I’ve been feeling more and more like chiming in.  (By... Continue Reading →

One Way to Be Absolutely Free

By Troy Headrick of Thinker Boy:  Blog & Art I’ve started reading Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations.  I’m only into chapter four—I bookmarked page twenty-three to be a bit more specific—but I’m already so glad I decided to look at it again.  As I claimed in my last blog, the book is full of wisdom and provides... Continue Reading →

A Meditation on Meditations

By Troy Headrick of Thinker Boy:  Blog & Art Toward the end of 2018, I started developing some bad habits.  For example, I got sucked into spending too much time sitting in front of my TV.  Having said that, I mostly watched stuff on the political debacle happening in the United States and elsewhere.  I’m... Continue Reading →

Growing Up Is Overrated: Part 2

By Troy Headrick of Thinker Boy:  Blog & Art My “Growing Up Is Overrated” caused quite a stir.  Lots of people liked the piece and posted comments.  Many readers of the blog seem to have rightfully concluded that a great many could live much happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives if they could learn to... Continue Reading →

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