Obliteration as a Last Resort (and how this is completely, or even more than okay).

The Sea of Ice Caspar David Friedrich, 1823 - 24. Do you recall the split second between the moment when you slightly loosened your grip on that fragile object and the silence before the break? Starting from that specific brief wave of time, an overwhelming sense of emotion swallows all of us up, from dread … Continue reading Obliteration as a Last Resort (and how this is completely, or even more than okay).

(In)action, (In)decision, (In)difference.

The Scream Edvard Munch, 1893. "I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world." - Albert Camus, The Stranger I can't even imagine the colorful language I'd throw at myself if I were to have the ability to get pissed off now. Okay, cross that. I can curse at myself now, but it won't be effective … Continue reading (In)action, (In)decision, (In)difference.