What is someone who is asking "Why are you naked?" actually saying? In any normal circumstances, in a setting where it isn't physically dangerous to be naked, they are saying that "There are societal norms which say that people ought to be wearing clothing. I agree with those norms. For some reason unbeknownst to me, you are going against these norms which I value."
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One thing I've learned with projections is that they often contain a nugget of truth. When someone projects their shadow onto another person, it's because they've seen something they associate with that shadow manifest in that other person.
What am I wearing when I’m wearing something?
I've never thought much about style and I've always considered clothes as something that's only needed because society expects me to cover up my body.
What (not) to do when you encounter a naked hiker?
There are some rules of engagement in our society that don't make much sense to me. One of these rules is about having to wear clothes in social settings. I can think of a number of reasons why this is so, but still all these reasons don't explain in a satisfactory way to me why... Continue Reading →
So there I was minding my own business when BAM! An idea just popped into my head, to continue writing this blog. Well, not exactly to continue, but I just got an idea to write a single blog post. But then I realized - why just one, I probably should do a bit more. But... Continue Reading →
All this light could be so bright that it's blinding you to that tiny light far, far away, which is the place where you would rather be instead of where you are now. Your goal; your purpose.
Thought of the day: Why do I walk barefoot?
Because if there is something sacred and holy in the ground I walk upon, I want to be as close to it as possible.
Why do we wear clothes?
We wear clothes not because we are ashamed of our bodies, but rather because we believe we are unable to live up to our full potential as humans.
How to understand God?
God is the totality of reality and each individual's complete being, and the intricate ways in which they interact.
Do the ends justify the means?
Do they ever?