The Artist

“…if he is an artist, he will be compelled to make sacrifices which worldly people find absurd and unnecessary. In following the inner light he will inevitably choose… poverty. And, if he has in him the makings of a great artist, he may renounce everything, even his art.” – Henry Miller Disillusioned but alive, he saunters slowly through the haze of hysteria in an age of a pretentiousoutrage. He’s … Continue reading The Artist

Poem : Vaccination

They don’t care about the water, food, your well being, or the air you breathe.But I’m supposed to trust them wanting to vaccinate me.All these experiments they performed on civilians unknowingly.Years later after it’s exposed, you lucky to get a presidential apology.They cause the problem, then come with the solution.Avoid climate control debates, and world pollution.Started with Covid-19, now we have 12 different variants.To get … Continue reading Poem : Vaccination

Trees : reflections & poems

For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers. I revere them when they live in tribes and families, in forests and groves. And even more I revere them when they stand alone. They are like lonely persons. Not like hermits who have stolen away out of some weakness, but like great, solitary men, like Beethoven and Nietzsche. In their highest boughs the world … Continue reading Trees : reflections & poems

Creative Entrepreneurship

You Either Die an Artist or Live Long Enough to See Yourself Become a Creative Entrepreneur A couple of years ago, Damien Hirst shocked the art world by painting his own canvases. Much like another of his contemporaries, Jeff Koons, Hirst is quite infamous for hiring teams of artists to work on his collections of art under his supervision. On the other hand, Vincent van Gogh, universally acclaimed as … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship

Le Juste Milieu

Encore une fois, comprenez que la force et l’impact de vos pensées créent votre réalité… Vous vivez dans une matrice qui vous force à croire et à visualiser que vous devez forcément vieillir, tomber malade et mourir… Si vous arriviez collectivement à transformer cette matrice, à lui donner une autre réalité, vous pourriez vivre des centaines d’années en très bonne santé grâce à la compréhension … Continue reading Le Juste Milieu

Contrôle de l’Esprit

L’esprit humain est très malléableCar fragile et tellement vulnérableJouant sur les peurs et les émotionsDes sentiments éradiquant l’introspectionLorsque les pleurs et les disparitionsEnvahissent les écrans en pleine actionL’impact de l’image et du discours dominantPénètre les cerveaux sans laisser indifférentLes doigts des autres pointés sur soiDans une ère où les réseaux sociaux sont roisFont que la patience devient suspicieuseCar l’émotion joue sur les passions malheureusesLa manipulation … Continue reading Contrôle de l’Esprit

Je Ne Suis Pas Un Code QR

Avec l’apparence d’un code barre Pour t’autoriser à manger et à boire Il dissèque ta vie, ton histoire Si tu ne l’as pas, tu vas vite choir Je ne suis pas un qr code Un matricule que l’on décode Une série de barres verticales Une prison numérique radicale Dans le labyrinthe virtuel L’esprit forme des racines carrés Pour sortir de ce schéma intemporel Où la … Continue reading Je Ne Suis Pas Un Code QR

The Hidden Philosophy of the Pythagorean Theorem

Pythagoras may have believed that the entire cosmos was constructed out of right triangles. Ancient Greeks believed that fire, air, water, and earth were the four elements of the universe. Plato associated these four elements with 3D geometrical solids. Pythagoras may have believed that the right triangle formed the basis of all reality. In Plato’s dialogue, the Timaeus, we are presented with the theory that the cosmos is … Continue reading The Hidden Philosophy of the Pythagorean Theorem