me and my friend René Descartes had a little talk…

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"I think, therefore I am" ~ René Descartes "I think, therefore I am conscious of that I am. But, how do we know we are real? We didn't create our own awareness or imagination. Everything still could be an illusion created by God himself. We can only assume consciousness is us. Where is its location? … Continue reading me and my friend René Descartes had a little talk…

find what you love

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"Find what you love and let it kill you" ~ Henry Charles Bukowski I read the quote above in the beginning of this page and my wife started laughing. I love some 'sick' humor. Bukowski is one of my favorite great poets. There he sits with a beer. Apparently, there's some controversy out there … Continue reading find what you love

William Shakespeare from Hamlet (III, i, 65-68)

"To sleep, perchance to dream; Ay, there's the rub, For in that sleep of death, what dreams may come," by William Shakespeare Soliloquy? "To be or not to be"? Don't tell anyone, but my wife hears me all the time talking to myself. Don't spread it around, they might think I'm crazy. Well, I'm old … Continue reading William Shakespeare from Hamlet (III, i, 65-68)

‘In the Village’, by Andrew Oerke

I wanted to share this poem with you. It's an all time favorite of mine. In my humble opinion, 'In the Village', by Andrew Oerke is truly a 'magnificent' work of art to be admired by those who love reading poetry! I got a copy of it going to an 'instant enlightenment' seminar in the … Continue reading ‘In the Village’, by Andrew Oerke

Ansel Adams Photographer

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I always loved Adam Ansel's work in black and white photography I had seen one print here and there hung on another's wall but I didn't know his name back then I never owned his prints and then I met my wife about twenty years ago and amazingly she had 4 of his prints on … Continue reading Ansel Adams Photographer

Shakespeare’s: The Tragedy of Anthony and Cleopatra


Within Shakespeare's "The Tragedy of Anthony and Cleopatra... 'Caesar' says, 'he which is was wished until he were'. It hath been taught us from the primal state That he which is was wished until he were". 'My humble interpretation is, when one wants to become someone different for example, if he desires to be affluent … Continue reading Shakespeare’s: The Tragedy of Anthony and Cleopatra