Monthly Archives: July 2012

SUPERLATIVES AND COMPARATIVES

When we speak of the absolute, which is noumenal and/or ethereal, whether in relation to metachemistry or to metaphysics, we are dealing with a 3:1 ratio of either soma to psyche (metachemistry) or psyche to soma (metaphysics) and should therefore … Continue reading

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UNBALANCED

Unequal vision in each eye = unequal corrective lenses in each eye = unbalanced mind subject to contrary pressures.

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LIVING IN A KIND OF LIMBO

I live in a kind of limbo as an Irish-born Irish citizen in Britain, neither British (to the extent that I was born in Ireland of an Irish father) nor Irish (to the extent that I have lived all but … Continue reading

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LIES

It is far worse to lie to oneself than to lie to others.  The worst one can do is to lie to oneself; for then one can never be true to others, whether or not they approve of one.

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ORANGE AND GREEN

The bright orange glow of a spectacular sunset upon which I have privately superimposed the mellifluous strains of a Tangerine Dream track while wearing a dark orange T-shirt over a pale green vest (closer to my heart) which seems to … Continue reading

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THE NATURE OF GENDER STRUGGLES IN A DIALECTICAL WORLD

Using bound psyche (the dark side) in defence of free soma (the bright side) is a female strategy commensurate with either the utilization of fundamentalism in defence of materialism (in metachemistry) or the utilization of pantheism in defence of naturalism … Continue reading

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ONE OF THOSE PERFECT DAYS

It was one of those perfect days (in England) when the sun had the sky to itself and nothing had come up from below to veil its face and bathe the sky in a flood of tears which would fall … Continue reading

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THE LAST LAUGH

The ruler of the skies had just gone to bed, though he hadn’t gone meekly but with a final burst of crimson light that seemed like an angry retort to some unseen jibe from a malevolent force lurking just over … Continue reading

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I ACHIEVE HEAVEN BY REJECTING HELL

I protect my religion, my soul, by repudiating science, the will, with its empirical disregard for self-contentment.  I achieve Heaven by rejecting Hell.  I am no advocate of science, a la Bertrand Russell.  Still less am I rooted in the … Continue reading

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THE PRYING EYES OF STARS

Being of Irish Catholic descent, with a predilection towards transcendentalism/idealism, I make sure that the open window in my room is closed when the light fades and the night comes on, with its cosmic darkness in materialist/fundamentalist freedom (soma) and … Continue reading

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