Poetry and Philosophy

Bladders of Philosophy Reason, an Ignis fatuus, in the Mind, Which leaving light of Nature, sense behind; Pathless and dang’rous wandring ways it takes, Through errors Fenny-Boggs, and Thorny Brakes; Whilst the misguided follower, climbs in pain, Mountains of Whimsey, heap’d in his own Brain: Stumbling from thought to thought, falls headlong down, Into doubts … Continue reading

A Compilation Of Philosophical Proverbs And Quotes For The Young And Lost

~ Netherlandish Proverbs by Pieter Bruegel the Elder ~ Proverbs are a mystery. They strike us when we least expect it. Use them correctly and they trigger countless ideas and memories. Use them in the wrong situations and you get confused stares and puzzled looks. As the saying goes: ‘Proverbs are like butterflies, some are caught, … Continue reading

The Philosophy of Freaks: A Guide To Humanity for Heavenly and Fallen Angels

~ L’Ange du Foyer by Max Ernst ~ Beyond here is a compilation of humanity’s darkest secrets. It is a compendium of useful philosophies to guide you in your day to day existence. Some truths are terrible but true. Others are horrid but humorous. But look into the mirror everyday and ask yourself this: “Are you … Continue reading

X.X The Philosophy of Freaks X.X – Conflict and Comfort

~ The Difficult Crossing by Rene Magritte ~ Retreat, retreat, Drop your swords and run; Our foe is near, Our choice is clear, Get outa here, Hurray for fear, We’re done, Run away, run away, If you run away You live to run away another day. ~ Mel Brooks, Retreat, song from To Be of … Continue reading

;-) The Philosophy of Freaks ;-) – Social Philosophy and Social Reality

  ~ The Portrait by Rene Magritte ~ Never ask of money spent Where the spender thinks it went Nobody was ever meant To remember or invent What he did with every cent. ~ Robert Frost, The Hardship of Accounting, 1936 ~ Useful definitions: Culture is roughly anything we do and the monkeys don’t.[1] Contract: … Continue reading