The Myth Articles

Limitations of ‘Cogito, Ergo Sum’ And C-Rex

This is for those of you who grapple with theories and whose intellectual bend won't let up. Let's look at something real in relation to this famous Descartes statement and elucidate some true content. I replied in one of the comments here that the statement is only correct in one context: when applied to human … Continue reading Limitations of ‘Cogito, Ergo Sum’ And C-Rex

Enlightenment In Six Minutes

I am stuck in a tiny room near Phu Quoc ferry terminal, which I procured from a food vendor. All crossings have been cancelled due to choppy sea and a possible storm, which could last for a few days. Hmmm... my entry stamp expires tomorrow, which will make me an official overstayer. It is a single … Continue reading Enlightenment In Six Minutes

A Quick Note II To Justin

Justin, Rationality, critical thinking, honest inquiry, discernement, a healthy sense of self (not the flailing defensive ego of the newly 'spiritualised'), an open mind, curiosity and an ability to go further - are not found in either the Invisible Guru or that other forum. Both trap humans in their belief of 'attainment', and this is … Continue reading A Quick Note II To Justin

The Real Ones

I had a very brief email exchange with someone who also grokked the delusion of enlightenment. We exchanged a couple of emails, that is all, because there was really nothing to say, just like in Jed's analogy of vampires or butterflies who have nothing to say to one another upon meeting. I have to note … Continue reading The Real Ones

Ode To Mediocrity

Well, ladies and gentlemen.. you know those films about a born genius who seems to be shunned by the masses at first, but he/she overcomes the little handicaps of own brilliance and initial rejection and triumphs, with the previously sniggering crowds suddenly falling at the feet of the newly-established and proven talent? OK, let's see... … Continue reading Ode To Mediocrity