Manifestation culture is a way of turning misunderstood ancient wisdom teachings into a way of fulfilling materialistic greed, the true root of suffering on Earth. You can’t actually have everything you want, and wanting more will keep you from ever knowing true joy or freedom.Read more "The Myth Of Manifestation: You Can’t Always Get What You Want"
Our gross Materialism Spun from dark Imperialism The majority now the Rebel Alliance Inside heroes as villains our reliance Mastery of blasted graves From their hateful blaze Them versus Us from the start Them always the smaller part They won’t join our safer game Saying there’s not enough to gain Waltzes of war we have […]Read more "Waltzes Of War"
Bullshit surrounds Stressors compound I try my very best Seeking better rest But comfortable ones say do more While I crawl and drag on the floor Motivate my ass toward where? To lay my heartbreak bare I’m not the man you want me to be But I need you to set me free Don’t live […]Read more "Blue Sacred Cow"
Gotama Buddha told his followers he was not the first Buddha, or awakened/self-aware being, to attempt to teach others about the nature of reality and to truly know oneself. He also taught reincarnation is part of the natural order, as have most cultures since the beginning of this species, Indigenous Americans and many African cultures […]Read more "Religion Is A Messy Compromise To Increase Connection"
We’re raised to believe to be happy, to be of use, is to do, to produce, to create materials to achieve a paycheck, numbers in your bank account to aquire more materials we’re taught will make us happy, or at least sustain us long enough to produce more materials to acquire more numbers in our […]Read more "How Would You Like To Be Free?"
The program’s losing hold The Devil is turning cold In this heat he feels ahead Because he thinks we’re dead But he’s got fewer walkers than he thinks Pounding on thin ice he’s about to sink He’s hard at work while we lay back Let him overdo it and fade to blackRead more "The Devil Overdoses"
You’ve got questions But don’t want the answers You’ve got pressures But won’t fight the cancer I offer the elixir But you won’t drink it You criticize the mixer To live for your secrets I try not to disdain I don’t want to do that crime But yet I still feel the pain Of you […]Read more "Please Don’t Fan My Flames"