Category Archives: Addiction

Private Luke Vs Public Luke

What are the biggest differences between public Luke and private Luke? Public Luke takes more care to not offend needlessly and to be judicious with his words and deeds. Private Luke usually hates drama, Public Luke often enjoys stirring. Private … Continue reading

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Loneliness & Eccentricity

I spent six years of my twenties largely bedridden. The loneliness that accompanied that lockdown led to some morose thinking and weird behavior. For example, I’d go about in my favorite red-hearts boxer shorts instead of putting on proper clothing. … Continue reading

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The News

Can we be happy when the news does not go our way? Do we allow the news to determine our happiness and serenity? For an addict, to lose serenity is to put oneself astride the precipice. If you think everything … Continue reading

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What’s The Reward For Despair?

My premise for this blog post is that we tend to see the world as we are more than as it is. I notice many Trump supporters are black-pilled about Trump and about the future of the United States. I … Continue reading

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Why Do People Over-Schedule?

I notice that many people have a compulsion to be frantically busy. What do they get out of overscheduling themselves? * It enables them to detach from reality and to live in fantasy. They can imagine that they are supermen, … Continue reading

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