Introductions, post mortem.

I went straight to sharing my philosophical views while skipping a step very important to most... an introduction. I am the same no one as you.  That glass man staring back in the mirror.  We are the unlabeled mass moving the world forward with our drudgery.

The importance of this is to take a moment to stop thinking of how bad it is, but remember how important it is to be.  No one appreciates you as much as you deserve... because you don't appreciate what you do.  If you hate what you do, all you will experience is the reflection of your own feelings in others.

As with all reflections, if you take the time to look at yourself and don't like what you see; stop and take a moment to understand the word reflect.

v. re·flect·ed, re·flect·ing, re·flects
1. To throw or bend back (light, for example) from a surface.
2. To give back or show an image of (an object); mirror.
3. To make apparent; express or manifest
1. To be bent or thrown back: Her voice reflected off the canyon walls.
2. To give something back, as light or sound.
3. To give evidence of the characteristics or qualities of someone or something.
4. To think seriously; To express carefully considered thoughts.

Now reflect upon yourself.  Learn who you are, then you can learn what you don't like about yourself.  As you know your sins, you learn how to cleanse your impurities and become closer to that inherently amazing and pure thing you are.  

And yes... I didn't introduce myself... I hope I introduced you to yourself, though. 


  1. Hope you enjoy, just sharing my daily meditation.

  2. Deep stuff man. Keep the posts coming, they're good reads!