The Truth about The Illusion of Time

To me, there is no such thing as past or future. There is only the present moment of now. The past is only created in your head because human beings have the cognitive ability to remember past events and facts. The future is only created in your head through your expectations of life and where … Continue reading The Truth about The Illusion of Time

18 Things to Remember

Here are 18 things to remember in 2018: Keeping yourself motivated to do things is hard, but not impossible. When you catch yourself being too negative about yourself or someone else, stop. Try to always be mindful of how you act, speak and the words that you use. Listen to music whenever you feel like … Continue reading 18 Things to Remember


Living is polar because energies tend to be unequally distributed. People are mostly positive energies that attract negative. That is life to me. We are like protons encircled by electrons whilst clumped clumsily with neutrons. We are the building blocks to something much larger and more selfless than our individual selves. We are who we … Continue reading Avete!

Curious Calamity

It started out with a space documentary. And then another, and another. And another. My love for science and astronomy grew. Then it grew into quantum physics. And biology and geography. Even architecture and religion. Everything fascinated me. When I was still active in church, it wasn't the religious belief that brought me in. It … Continue reading Curious Calamity

Political Correctness with a Scatter-brained Fool

I hate the idea of always having to be politically correct. If everybody was so afraid of speaking their minds, important topics would never end up being discussed. Even finding close friends who would be comfortable enough to talk openly about political, social and religious issues with you is difficult in this current version of … Continue reading Political Correctness with a Scatter-brained Fool

Review | Assassin’s Creed

Assassin's Creed is a 2016 action adventure film based on the video game franchise of the same name. Directed by: Justin Kurzel Produced by: Jean-Julien Baronnet, Gérard Guillemot Frank Marshall, Patrick Crowley, Michael Fassbender Conor McCaughan, Arnon Milchan Starring: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson Charlotte Rampling, Michael K. Williams Rating: 8.2/ 10 (This review includes … Continue reading Review | Assassin’s Creed

Religious Beliefs and Where I Stand

My parents warned me not to get too opinionated on the internet; especially not on topics like religion and politics. They even tried to talk me out of blogging, said it might bring me more trouble than joy. Yet, today I scrolled through my reader and came across a multitude of blog posts devoted to … Continue reading Religious Beliefs and Where I Stand