Sep 30, 2021
Not all recorded events are equal or believable. We now live in a society that makes us witting performers for the camera. If we, the observers, begin to ask -- "Who recorded this, and why was it recorded?" -- we will start to understand how our tactile emotions are being manipulated for advertising profit.
Sep 23, 2021
Do we love to forgive or forget? In this final episode arc about our three Rules of the Human Condition, we examine the riddle of love. If we are required to love someone, must we also like them? We are labeled by definition, and we suffer in consternation -- all in the guise of the immutable emotion we can never really...
Sep 16, 2021
Attraction repels and conjugates; we must know the difference. If we are to understand what binds us, we need to recognize the needs, and the desires of attraction, even if unrequited, but expressed. This is Part II in our Rules of the Human Condition series.
Sep 9, 2021
Affection is often misplaced, but not misunderstood. In the first part of a three part series on the human condition, we dig into the memes of affection, and how we react to expressions of fondness that bind us while also separating us.
Sep 2, 2021
Our lives are ruled by anxiousness; our dreams are filled with exhalations. The anxious among us seek an aesthetic release from fear and want comfort in understanding, but the world is set against those who are uncertain, and without design, and so selfishness begins to creep up as the replaceable equivalency of a...