Tuesday, December 9, 2014

The Universal Agnostic

Is the word “maybe” frowned upon because parents use the word to avoid saying “no”? Or is it because our brains compel us to take the binary action of choosing a side, taking a stand, deciding once and for all what is true and false, right and wrong, good and bad? The universal agnostic finds comfort in believing that “maybe” is the wisest answer to most of the questions we feel compelled to answer. 

Maybe there are hollows in the earth where unknown races of people dwell. Maybe the stars and unseen vibrations do affect us. Maybe aliens genetically engineered us as a cosmic experiment, and still walk among us. Maybe there really is a secret cabal of overlords who manipulate the politics and economy of the planet and practice mind control. 

Maybe there is a God.       

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Mark your calendar.

December 21 is the winter solstice, in the northern hemisphere
the shortest day and longest night of the year.
Time to bay at the moon and sacrifice a virgin
olive oil bottle to a pan of homemade lasagna.
Take a moment to experience the day and
push good vibrations out to the cosmos
and all it contains.