raindropq wrote

hello raddlerium.Its good to see you again. my computer doesn't turn on anymore after tumbling in the car for about week so that's been a nice cold turkey like maybe with cranberry sauce but still feelin yall close in the meandering contemplations as i am, here, currently. i watched episode like6ithink thismorning of Serenity and enjoyed at the end where mal told the pessimistic imposter something about how he doesn't work alone, that show always gets me to cry and smile. yestertday found a 99 year old man lost and i got to help him get home, that was cool to meet him, he had a story to tell! tried tuning up the truck but i somewhow broke it instead. the kitten had kittens! they are 8 days old. 3 0f them, 1 all white and 2 black with white feet. she is a really good mom. i love my mom, she's pretty nice too.


raindropq wrote

i think the chosen-One trope is a parable for personal assertion of agency, that she is subject not in reacting to the apparent material conditions of reality but indefinitely involved within a metaphysical web of relations. everybody is a willing author -or can potentially choose to be- One. perhaps a literal materialist interpretation of these parables might suggest that one's personality is independently inherent to a superior Self thus imposing a psycho-social hierarchy and resulting reactionary politic.. #ignore.please //enjoy the day! you are the one!