And so it begins…

We but half express ourselves, and are ashamed of that divine idea which each of us represents. It may be safely trusted as proportionate and of good issues, so it be faithfully imparted, but God will not have his work made manifest by cowards.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Sometime ago, I listened to R. W. Emerson’s book Self-Reliance read on YT, and such a resonance was created with above quoted ideas, that all the resistance to creating yet another website and sharing all I’ve got was simply gone. Now that the website is up, there are other challenges, mostly technical, but I’m no stranger to troubleshooting and so little by little I’m making this work the way I like it.

On the non-technical side of challenges, there’s the simple, yet daunting problem of lack of audience. Simply put, I had no online presence whatsoever in past 8 or so years, aside from occasional comment on YouTube. This reminds me of a piece I made for VCU art school competition titled “Speak out!”. It was done in Photoshop and it featured a speaker at the podium rigged with mics in the middle of main city square which was completely empty of people. Well, that’s me right now. I have no idea who’s my audience, if there’s any, but I feel that speaking out and posting content here is allowing the source to express itself through this character and freely share (which I don’t see possible on social media with all the censorship going on), and it’s fun to do, and also uplifting to think that some of this content may bring something of value to the viewer. So if my only visitor is search engine crawling spider bot that will rank this site with low score due to words disliked by the establishment – I still don’t give a damn. If someone is meant to benefit from info offered here, that will be so, since that’s intent of the whole website project.

With that said, everything offered on this website is take it or leave it. If it resonates with you – great. If not, please don’t waste your time here. Nothing here is The Truth anyway, and some ideas may run counter to what many have been led to believe. The best practice is always to do your own research and utilize critical thinking and open-minded skepticism, which may be hard if you live in fear. How to get rid of fear? Here’s DIY tutorial:

  1. Stop watching the news;
  2. Relax and do something that you love;
  3. Don’t worry, be happy.

That’s it! Simple, eh? Joking aside, the topic of fear is probably the one that needs addressing the most, because the whole pyramid system of control seems to be held together with the glue of fear. Dissolve the glue and it all falls apart.

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