On Becoming Wise

There is what I know―the scope of thingsin my head.There is what I haveyet to know.Ultimately, though,There is what I don’tknow thatI don’t know―the unasked andthe unanswered. Judgment isborn from experience―the benefitof becoming wise andsophisticated; schooledand familiar withwhat is true andwhat is lore. It is on thisthat I can basethe soundnessof an action or decision. …

“The world I knew” By Toshe Michelle

The membranes of my daydreams are sliced into many worlds. I long to unleash their dimensions. The promise of utopian living to invoke an idyll spell at least for another first world poem. But suffering and tribulations are found in the universal truth of things. There’s a stark depth to our world. I can write …

The Self and the “New Atheists”

Paradoxically the most important oversight of the new atheists is the most human datum  of all: themselves. The ultimate supraphysical/physical reality that we know from experience is the experience itself, namely, ourselves. Once we acknowledge the fact that there is a first-person perspective, "I," "me," "mine," and the like, we encounter the greatest and yet …

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