and then there was light




A couple of things I often think about:

  1. Consciousness. What is it and how does it happen? How did it form? What is the purpose of it?
  2. Death. What is it that ends when something dies? The assumption about death seems to involve the assumption that time is linear and is only one thing. I’m not so sure.
  3. The universe. Is there a such thing as infinity?


There was a dead spider on my coffee table.




Something about the encounter sparked my curiosity.

If you think about it, it’s an odd place to die. On a coffee table. I’ve often imagined what it would be like to die and I have to admit all of those scenarios have been quite dull and ordinary. In my mind I have died on my deathbed as an old person, slowly swaying into nothingness. I’ve died in an accident, a quick crash and that’s it. I’ve died in my sleep, I’ve died wanting to, I’ve died, I’ve died, I’ve died.

But never on a coffee table.




If something exists, has it always existed? So is existence of a thing a coming together of other things? Nothing would be a singular thing but rather a gathering or a collaboration of stuff.

Do the things come together for a reason?

Or is it an accident?

And where do those things disperse into in the event of death?




On a slightly related note: I started writing a song today. I haven’t written one in a long time and I’ve never let anyone know about them. This time I’m not going to be afraid and I’m just going to perform it to a camera, nothing fancy, just me. The song isn’t ready yet though, so I don’t know when you’d get to see it.

Nothing seems to make sense.





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