‘Choice’ does not save the concept of free will

There is plenty of interesting science demonstrating that we choose, subconsciously, fractions of a second before we are consciously aware of the choice. And yet, test subjects are adamant, they freely, consciously choose.  These results are interesting, but are not, to my mind, necessary to dispose of free will; the concept itself is logically unsound. […]

TOLD

Originally posted on Nameera Ever After:
They said I was special Too delicate to perch upon ordinary banks My life was supposed at every stage I was told to keep my mouth shut Because they know better I was told I had to be perfect Lick honeycombs & sweeten your tongue Let fresh flowers dazzle…

Catharsis

I’m not reaching out. I’m not playing the victim. I’m not drowning in self-pity (though my knees are definitely wet). I’m reaching inward. I am fighting. I may be drowning in tears of frustration, sadness, hope, joy. I am suffering, but I am not only suffering. I am healing. Slowly, methodically, not always patiently, always […]