Monthly Archives: March 2014
Saying “I love you” during a sexual act is as situating-changing as saying “I do” at a marriage ceremony.
Her existence is a rebellion against a society that she herself admits does not really exist.
I am the moody guy on the losing end of those classic love-triangles.
You see, then, how easy it is to be blindsided.
The more one examines the self, the more the self appears to be not one.
It is not a sheer coincidence that the increased self-reflexivity of post-modernity has been accompanied by an increased attention to linguistic practices. Still, as the post-modernist would maintain, it is still a coincidence.
Thought must find out what life had already found to be true.
To search again is to search anew.
The path of cognition is caught between skyscrapers of conceit and tenements of despair.
The path of experience is hewed between waves of desire and sandcastles of imagination.