Monthly Archives: April 2012

“Lost in the world of my own reality”

Lost in the world of my own reality bewildered at my own sight images pass, words echo amidst my dawning brow thoughts toss upon the glades remembrances cascade along the way the murmering stream calls forth my name . . … Continue reading

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“In the dark chasm of my mind, a labyrinth unfolds”

In the dark chasm of my mind, a labyrinth unfolds there I see . . . an oracle I have become speaking the unutterable sound prounouncing the worldless word stand still and hear the speechlessness of the oracle . . .  … Continue reading

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A criticism from a feminist and some of the themes that it brought up – with remarks about low self-esteem and low self-respect

The other day I received a criticism from a feminist.  It was a reaction to my article “More thoughts on that destructive philosophy called feminism – my overall impression after almost three decades of observation”. The response is very typical of a … Continue reading

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“Speaking of a casual conversation on the bus . . .” with some remarks on how previous generations are leaving the following generations little in the way of identity and relationships

“Speaking of a casual conversation on the bus . . . “ A sort-of-a-story by Mike Michelsen It was just a regular work day.  Nothing unusual, perhaps even boring.  As I do everyday, I hopped onto bus 248 to take me home.  I must … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘passion centered point of view’

There is something which I call the ‘passion centered point of view’.  It is found in contemplation.  The concept of ‘passion’ began in about 1990.  It was shortly after I discovered the ‘presence’, which I have discussed elsewhere on this … Continue reading

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More thoughts on that destructive philosophy called feminism – my overall impression after almost three decades of observation

The other day I heard of yet another example of why feminism is a destructive philosophy.  It got me to thinking about it again. For several decades I’ve considered this a horrible and destructive philosophy.  Originally, though, I believed it.  When I was … Continue reading

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