For What it's Worth

At some future point retrospection will reveal the flaws of our nature. I don't expect it to happen any time soon, but the inevitable course of history will play out and the farce we live today will find its replacement in still greater farces and adventures. The coils of an homogenized society will constrict us and blunt our spirits until only a form of brutal survival remains. How did we get to this point? We only need to reflect upon our own parts (collectively and individually) in this "passion play" for the answer to this question.


There is an anxiety that permeates within us that our pretenses will not let slip. In a culture based upon artificial wealth and its glorified and dominant entrenchment through the ages, we are consumed by our own dissonance and it is overwhelming. Technology will become the new religion for the masses and it will comfort us and submerge our doubts. Culture is but a growing museum piece as it becomes ravaged by markets and LLCs. We are the people we warned ourselves about.

Hope is the light that burns bright. It is both a blessing and a curse because of its power over us and the misuse of that power by those who know better. I hope you understand I did truly love you.