Quote Unquote Poetic Naturalism (First Prelude) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

The Poetic Naturalism has neither beauty nor it has contained any ugliness. It’s an active state where the geometric fractals are belonged sans having any reason. The fractals of a tree or any living and nonliving object haven’t any deep purpose to have appeared in such shape and patterns. They are just functioning in the realm of nature sans any commandment or planning of any Master. This autonomy is the reality, attributed by none. The beauty and fragrance of flowers and the stinking smell of rotten objects are completely purposeless, non-judgmental, and non-attributed in nature. They just follow the set of action which Carroll called process.
Human’s mind intellect attributed the quality that flowers are beautiful or rotten things are stinking due to this or that chemical reaction. Nature itself is neither poetic nor non-poetical. It’s just functioning and that’s it. However, our proactive sensory organs and brain cannot exist without having the attributing wordings. Poetic Naturalism has needed to serve the purpose of our understanding about the reality-features, and it has done accordingly our own adherence… Continue reading Quote Unquote Poetic Naturalism (First Prelude) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Reality and Simplicity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

She was the only fresh air in this pandemonium, out of all controversy to adjust your “self” between the earthly and transcendent, belief and disbelief, fortune and misfortune, pride and prejudice, virtue and pretension, even the right and wrong. I yet never see anybody like her, to act such a free soul by carrying the heavy burden of frightful morbidities of the family members. She is perhaps the only human who is consciously unconscious about her elitist quandary and the fact that, everything in this world has name and definition and you have to struggle with all these to engrave your own name here. Continue reading Reality and Simplicity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Homage to the “Bureaucrat” (Part_2) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Yes, he was being the nameless entity when he is a bureaucrat. Franz Kafka once tried to read and symbolize the bureaucratic existence in his writing. He followed the Guy and failed to guess his true face as a human, but what Kafka did not noticed that a bureaucrat lost his ethereal shape when he exiled from the system… Continue reading Homage to the “Bureaucrat” (Part_2) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

“How many “selfs” make a “Self”?” ⇒ Larry Glover on Wild Resiliency Blog

We now stand on the modern perspective with the same old question of our fate that, “which is happened after dooms of the body-machine?” Today we’re more curious to deal the “true self” rather the “soul”. What the “Self” is and what do we wanted to mean by “Selfness” or be the “Selflessness”? Question is hypothetical but fact is realistic. We need to dig it for our own interest to understand the relation between the bodied world and the incessantly germinate universe… Continue reading “How many “selfs” make a “Self”?” ⇒ Larry Glover on Wild Resiliency Blog