Tag Archives: Ambivalence

This isn’t Intended to be the Last Post of the Month…

Reference. What happens when you try and feel, and nothing is quite right? What happens when you want some peace, and all there is is strife? When all of life’s roses you go to smell are filled with decay and … Continue reading

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[Non]Labeling, the Opiate of the Masses

What’s in a Name Purity. To be Pure. ‘In its purest form.’ all of us are we destined to perform the most willing form of conforming -to them- the land of the pure and free; the Whitest form. This is … Continue reading

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When Racist [His]tory of Race Stops Being Fascinating.

This is a brief aside from class last week. As we were discussing a paper that discussed the (abstracted) conceptual history of the term ‘Race’, and were focusing on the categorization of Races as it relates to christian religion (we were planted in … Continue reading

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Transition-Aggression-Transgression. [Repeat]

Aaaand now, it’s the last few days of August. This entire month has been spent in a state of transition: *End of summer break *End of old lease *Looking for a newer used vehicle *Starting new lease *Starting to re-engage … Continue reading

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And So I Waited.

Plummet. Everyday I sit and think to myself, “I’ll wait ’til things die down,” But every day things unremittingly accrue, and I begin to drown In my deep and tragic melancholy within the ocean of Black Death, On a raft … Continue reading

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Growing Into the Death

Redemption Song I. Depression. Stumbling clumsily falling out of the flow nothing seems to feel right darkness is shrouding your glow. * Time just is a fleeting endlessness perpetually feeling relentless uselessness every day it becomes harder to put on clothes, … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance, Prose, and Thangs

This has been quite a month so far. I’ve been really struggling with my direction in life because right now, praxis is not living up to theory. I’m living the reality that academia is not a safe space. It’s tough … Continue reading

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