I reach the precipices your fortress beckons me to break through steadily I grow, I go onward and upward and stronger still I lean back precariously off of your wall mirroring the ballerina bending back dangerously far upward, upward upward I climb the reason, a mystery nevertheless, I climb you may cut me down but … Continue reading Ivy.
leaves that see branches that feel tendrils that sweep across my face and weep as I do.
Laughter in my eyes and bliss on my lips A little girl with a bundle of balloons carrying her into a clear, blue sky Butterflies of all sizes and colors - the big yellow ones with wings that look with bright eyes on them, the majestic deep blue ones and little dainty purple ones that … Continue reading Laughter in my eyes
Will you sit still and be next to me? Will you stand by my side and love on people passing by? Will you listen to my qualms and still keep calm? Will you hear all my fears and still lend me your ear? Will you watch my tears and still draw near? Will you know … Continue reading Will you?
What is innate to the human mind? A priori is the notion that individuals have innate knowledge not based on experience simply based on the fact that they are human (think Kant). A posteriori is the seemingly opposing notion that the knowledge individuals possess comes from some prior experience. Empiricism is built upon this foundation … Continue reading Accessing the Inaccessible: Discussions of philosophy, numena, infinity, and eternity
Do you have to experience love to know what it is? Is the understanding of "love" a priori knowledge, knowledge before or independent from experience; or is "love" a posteriori knowledge, an understanding based from experience? Do you have to experience love to know what it is? Is love something you inherently know? Or, do … Continue reading Experiences with Love – Questions and Ponderings