Virgil’s 4th Eclogue

This Poem by Virgil is mysterious to me. Is this Virgil's prophet vision of a Roman that will bring world order, or the vision of the man Jesus Christ who will come, that will allow us to fathom the mysteries of God's trinity? I see it mentioned often. Muses of Sicily, essay we nowA somewhat … Continue reading Virgil’s 4th Eclogue

Vacuum of Freedom

Those who are free don’t want anything. They don’t want anything from their mind, they don’t want anything from their emotions, they don’t want anything from anyone, and they don’t want anything from life. They don’t want anything.~ Adyashanti Imagine not having desires, ambitions, dreams. Imagine not wanting to be a good person, or wanting … Continue reading Vacuum of Freedom

I Published My New Short Story “The Fall of Mephisto”

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088N68MP5/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=The+fall+of+mephisto&qid=1589800087&sr=8-1&fbclid=IwAR30wC3WkdefEKljMfyyTmxiXj4zQn8f1ulV1DfqQwuaJp2h1QQsbh96kCM After the apocalypse, and Earth has fallen, there is nothing left but a starless sky and Mephisto on the throne of Oblivion. Now he must wrestle with his inner daemons to prepare himself. Biblical, psychological, apocalyptical.