Posts tagged ‘artificial environment’

Time to Pause and Reflect

That means any of several things, most likely of which is the sort of narcissism reserved to gods and would-bes.  Then shining something up, among them one’s presentation.  Reflection, I mean.  Polishing, you know?  The artistic bit, which means basically an autistic kind of distortion popular these days.  Oddly enough, that’s fitting simply because constant adaptation in order to conform to a constantly more artificial and toxic environment is a…dead-end spiral.  We might add that it leaves no room for the production of protocols to allow large crowds of people to maintain some sort of identity (if you keep in mind that identity is also called language, and that without it/identity what you do have is analogous to the zombie hordes simply because there is no way to get along with each other and now think of the end of the Roman Empire, the end of the Hitlerian steadily more revolting pursuit of the insane; money is all that keeps us from eating each other)…  We might add that said dead-end spiral does dead-end simply because the environment does become too toxic.  You can’t move far enough up-river anymore…lol.

 

You might add after all this depressing stuff that it’s kinda been occupying my mind since I was about 8 and read Silent Spring.  It was shortly after its first publication.  That was rather a long time ago.  Next week I’ll be back at trying to find a non-violent solution, because…violence never, ever, ever solves anything.  Except life.  And that, my friends, is simply not a solution.

 

So tomorrow hopefully or the day after…I expect to own a house for the first time.  I might even shut up for a while.  Now how’s that?

June 9, 2014 at 11:04 pm 1 comment