How I’d Like to Die

I think the reason why we fear death so much is a result of materialism, and our obsession with the physical universe. Death means loss. Death means the end. There’s nothing that can be gained from death, except for pain. But death is part of life; it is the natural cycle of life. Why are … More How I’d Like to Die

Racism, Sexism, Elitism, Classicism, Whatever-ism’s

They’re all the same thing. The fundamental reason for discrimination is the egotistic need to feel superior, and the compulsive need to feel superior likely comes from insecurity, or a sense of lackness. When you’re lacking something: self-confidence, beauty, success, popularity–whatever it may be, those negative feelings easily channel themselves into visible forms of discrimination, or discriminatory … More Racism, Sexism, Elitism, Classicism, Whatever-ism’s

Slaves to Our Career

What do you want to do when you grow up? What do you want to do when you graduate? When are you going to start looking for a job? When are you going to move out? It occurs to me that, society expects nearly every one of us to know exactly what we’re doing , … More Slaves to Our Career


Why is my spiritual path. It’s a very powerful question; it is alchemical as much as it is transcendental. “Why”, is what it all comes down to. The path of why has brought me so many tremendous and positive changes in my personality, my worldview and therefore my life. Basically, if you figure out the source, the cause, the … More “Why?”