REAL Scary Story #1: The Black Mass

She laid in bed, next to her basement bedroom window. The light from the street lamp outside in the cold February night, filtering through the blinds. She rolled over and glanced at the clock, it was 2:36am. She turned over again, her back against the window, trying to sleep, this time of night had alwaysContinue reading “REAL Scary Story #1: The Black Mass”

Grief, Ego, and Principles

“Mostly it is loss which teaches us about the worth of things.” -Arthur Schopenhauer. I cannot express this sentiment in better words. When you lose something, or particularly, someone, that is exceedingly important, an extreme paradigm shift occurs, rather rapidly. Which can be excruciating, but as Carl Jung said, “There is no coming to consciousnessContinue reading “Grief, Ego, and Principles”