“Raven Heart”

Slip from me my darkest desires, set aflight like an evil menace, not the frail thing with broken wings. This vision of terror, this darkest of layers is in the dungeon of my darkened heart, which is bent on evil desires and wicked delights. Dark shadow, my darkest desires, set free to wander inside me. Can this be the taste of your lips, your soft skin or your hips? You, the thing of sin, make your home deep in my raven’s...

Addressing Anti-Muslim Bigotry

“Damien, I (christian) personally think Muslims should be eradicated for what they believe in.” – Challenger My response, “defense is a reasonable justification for violence but violence not for defense is hardly ever reasonable. Your thinking about “eradicated people for what they believe in” is similar to the radicalized thinking of the terrorists you despise. Such errors in thinking are nothing new as the idea of “eradicating people for what they believe in” is by and large a constantly recurring theme of religions. And this has been a favorite excuse for harming others religious thinkers run to. I think religions in general as all lies should be eradicated not people. There is an equal threat in this country from the Christian terrorists and right-wing terrorists than Islamic terrorists. I am against terrorists in general and the belief in or support for terrorism should be eradicated not people.”   Here are the links supporting the above picture: 1, 2, 3 Muslim Terrorists and Christian Terrorists? Damien, how do you feel about Muslims, with beheading anyone who isn’t a Muslim? My response, I am against violence in general unless it is for self-defense or other-defense. I think beheading anyone is barbaric and unethical. Damien, especially in the purpose of one’s religion right? My response, religion is nothing special to me, as always religion is a set of nonsense beliefs and yes I am profoundly against harming anyone for or because of nonsense beliefs.   10 of the Worst Terror Attacks by Extreme Christians and Far-Right White Men 6 modern-day Christian terrorist groups our media conveniently ignores Right-Wing Terrorists Are Killing More Americans Than Jihadists...

Questions about Muslims

“Damien, how do you feel about Muslims, with beheading anyone who isn’t a Muslim?” – Questioner My response, “I am against violence in general unless it is for self defence or other defence. I think beheading anyone is barbaric and unethical.” “Damien, especially in purpose of ones religion right?” – Questioner My response, “religion is nothing special to me, as always religion is a set of nonsense beliefs and yes I am profoundly against harming anyone for or because of nonsense...

The Claims of gods Need Belief

Why are gods even concerned with belief, as if they truly wanted it so bad they would be real and being more then just mental projections of which they are now they would show themselves and we all would believe. Therefore we can rightly conclude with no evidence of them at all, that belief in god(s) is the thing people do when playing at reality is valued more than understanding the actual natural only nature of...

Knowing Yourself, Loving Yourself, and Being Yourself

The art of know yourself, love yourself, be yourself The art of knowing your self: this involves getting to the place of knowing one self they, which they must first understand why knowing oneself is important, as well as how to comprehend they don’t already know themself or that most people don’t know themselves even if they think they do. The art of loving yourself: this involves getting to the place of knowing one self they, which they must first understand why knowing ones self is important, as well as how to comprehend they don’t already know themself or that most people don’t know themselves even if they think they do. First one must think about what love looks like wouldn’t it be a growth producing or would it build self enlightenment and self truth? Do you feel I or any one can define your truth? If someone defined truth for you would you really own it? Wouldn’t it make more sense instead for me to broaden your ability to see the question? First would you think a question like this of such a personal relevance has right answers? To start thinking on what love is would we look at are fallible behavior or some philosophical definition? If we look at are relations with others could we be convicted of loving? If we wish for a philosophical definition of love what realities does it hold in our real lives? Is love a feeling or a behavior? If we look at love as feeling what emotional substance does it stem from? If we look at love as behavior is it...