On my first day of Gerechtigkeit Penance, I learned how lazy I was, and how I had released myself to all things "easy."
On my second day of Gerechtigkeit Penance, I learned of that which is possible, for myself.
On my third day of Gerechtigkeit Penance, I learned I was capable.
On my third day of Gerechtigkeit Penance, I knew something greater than what I desired.
On my fourth day of Gerechtigkeit Penance,
Updated 03-24-2009 at 02:23 PM by SuuT
...To what, to whom, do I owe my capacity for suffering? To what, and to whom, do any of us - the Order of the 'Other'? For that is what, indeed, we are: 'we' fit no mould; 'we' understand no Absolute; and - what is more - 'we' find a vainglorious ring to the sound of the trumpets of "modernity"... what have we to do with the modern? - as recognisers of the Retrogression of the type 'Man'?
We owe no umbrage, nor do we owe a genuflection to what is occurring during the times
Updated 03-22-2009 at 04:56 AM by Aemma
(a spelling oopsie in the title :))
We suffer, and openly engage in the suffering, of potentialities. We further find that to do so evokes an awareness of that which is necrotic in our willed , and willing essence; which is to say, that which subsumes the ignoble characteristcs that our respective Lines have infused. Whilst the 'operation' is a delicate proceedure, to be sure, we find ourselves with very little concern of that which is delicate. Almost as if the best within us, being the best, commands, "Tear it out! - so what
Recently, I have been constantly muttering to myself about the state of our banking systems, our economies and its long lasting effects on generations to come. I sit here in disbelief, aghast at what has happened. My question is, should we have left the finance houses to their own devices and if so what would have been the affects of this after they had declared bankruptcy?
No-one has been left immune, save for a few economies scattered around the world. Our governments have now ploughed
A suggestion was made to me by Aemma in regards to writing up this subject, so I thought I'd give it a whirl.
I live in a part of the world that still sees the need to conform to Northern Hemisphere traditions, mainly because of our Indo European heritage.
In particular, Christmas is flogged to death in December, as a carryover from Yuletide. All the Christmas cards printed are of Santa, reindeer and snow, bloody snow!
In our part of the world - and