Philosophical Vision: What Is Reality?

As I recover from the pain from my very first kickboxing training session, I think about if I am materialist or idealist when it comes to life. Well what is pain? Is it a feeling? Is it reality? The “pain” I have is a feeling in my tense and sore muscles caused from getting physical … Continue reading Philosophical Vision: What Is Reality?

Sonnet #1 (Poetry)

If not joy, it shall be of annoyance, With the circular notion of this life. Like at a world’s end on a voyage, I’ll die without the title of one’s wife. But I rather have fortune through trials, Rather than fake value grown on trees. I’ve walked in these shoes, a million miles. I’ve come … Continue reading Sonnet #1 (Poetry)

A Philosophical Vision: Socrates – "The Unexamined Life…"

We can pick at and debate about Socrates true meaning of his quote, “The unexamined life is not worth living”, for days, weeks or even maybe months. I have always been a complex individual always pealing labels off the front cover of anything that has come my way just to try and dig deeper than … Continue reading A Philosophical Vision: Socrates – "The Unexamined Life…"

Just In Case Someone Needs To Hear This

JUST IN CASE SOMEONE NEEDS TO HEAR THIS: Some days are very frustrating in the healing process and forgiving yourself for your past. Especially when you are alone or feel you’re alone in this life. I frustrate myself most as my own worse enemy. It’s easy to fake happiness when in reality everything in your … Continue reading Just In Case Someone Needs To Hear This

Philosophical Vision: Idealism vs. Materialism

Materialism is defined as, “a belief that only matter and its physical properties are real, while mind, thoughts and the like are simply manifestations of matter”. With that kind of definition, it would seem simple to be directed towards the materialist world, but nothing is just that simple in life. Everything falls in with each … Continue reading Philosophical Vision: Idealism vs. Materialism