mumbling of an imbecile


Something occurred to me earlier and I can't seem to get it out of my head. The thing is, a lot of people in my generation grew up with our parents getting divorced. Some stayed single after that and some got remarried. Some dated and failed, some found the love they'd been seeking all along.… Continue reading Generations

mumbling of an imbecile

Respect is Dead

Respect is a learned behavior. At least in our day and age, respect is not found intrinsically, but rather in what one has been taught to respect. This applies to everything, from respect of parents, teachers, family, friends, and (perhaps most importantly) self. It also includes respect of laws, hierarchies, customs, traditions, motivations, goals, lifestyles,… Continue reading Respect is Dead

mumbling of an imbecile


Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines truth as "the real facts about something." Although this is a good jumping off point, I think that the word itself requires a stronger set of parameters. I don't know that I could come up with adequate terminology at the moment, but I know that the way people think of truth today… Continue reading Truth?