Tagged: lifestyle

Imagine a World Without Time

While I’m working on the formatting of So Absurd It Must Be True, Book 2 (yay! it’s almost here!), try to imagine this world… without time.  In Schrodinger’s famous thought experiment, he imagines a cat in a box with a flask of cyanide. The flask will be broken – and the cat poisoned – if an atom of radioactive material decays. We know that it will decay, but when is...

About time, love… and faith

This post is based on the book of Martin Hägglund – “THIS LIFE: Why Mortality Makes Us Free” (non-fiction; philosophy) I guess you know that everything you do is divided between the past and the future. Every tiny moment. An hour. A minute. Or second… That means you are never be able to seize NOW as a present moment. Even when I am writing these words to you – today, at...

The Concept of Nothing

written by Aaaron Boluwatife Nothing, as used in everyday speech, means the absence of something. For example, “There is nothing in my pocket” 👇🙀! In this post though, I will not be talking about “nothing” as the absence of something, but as the absence of everything. Everything you know… including yourself. You’ve always imagined what this world will be without you in it, right? Now imagine the world without anything in it....

Babysitter and Dracula (18+)

Sharing a slice of my story Babysitter and Dracula. The rest you’ll read in the book So Absurd It Must Be True, book #2. I’ll be working on the book during May. I’m planning to publish on the last week of May or first week of June… depends on how exhausted I am from editing my wonderful bullshit… 😂 I still have to write/finish 4 stories: Wise and Horny The...

Africa’s warriors: women in folklore

Written by Nathaniel Postell Women are warriors! A fact that becomes abundantly clear by studying African legends and folklore. These fiercely independent women help shape the world, inspiring countless interpretations, even presenting themselves in recent pop-culture. The wildly successful Marvel Studios movie Black Panther features a group of gifted women warriors inspired by the Dahomey Amazons – an all-female military group that proudly defended their boarders up until the 19th century....

Surreal Humor & Absurdist Comedy – Why Is It So Weird?

Written by Peter Manley When we think about comedy, there are so many different styles and “flavors” for us to choose from. For example, some of the most common forms of comedy – especially in the stand-up comedy realm – are anti-humor comedy (where a dry and otherwise unfunny statement is said out of indirect humor) and insult comedy, where the comedian directly makes fun of the audience or people...

Blurb shot

Sharing my blurb for 42 degrees of Truth, book #2 – Blue Giraffe. I decided to publish it December 9, after Black Friday and Thanksgiving-busy-time 💃☕️☕️📚 Blurb Sharp Witty Sardonic Erotic This is not a book of poetry. This is a New Age Punchline Weapon. This book covers everything from sexual taboos to the boring expectations of Society. 42 Degrees of Truth: Blue Giraffe combines surrealistic humour, dirty dreams, and banal...