I love the photo snap feature on my Mac, in terms of how fluid it is to use.

I can continue my writing from anywhere online because all I do is take a picture of it after in order to re-share on my own end with ease.

I just use the original source, no pun intended. ⁂

It’s like, I wanted everything in the universe of universes good and bad to be my fault because nowadays I know exactly where I stand in life for sure…

My own shit and there’s comfort in that ironically.

That’s why its clear to see I am the real and actual Devil on Earth as in “The Devil” because in reality?

It’s not as fun as it appears to be always.

It has its positives don’t get me wrong but it comes with allot of negatives as well.

Self control is key for me otherwise I would be causing more physical chaos in society instead of just recreating my thoughts and emotions online.

It’s like part of me has the ability to help and should help while at the same time the other part of me should remain “locked up” hence why online works perfect since they mimic those jail visitor window rooms.

From one prison to another, either you are imprisoned by a 9-5 job or you are imprisoned by being online more instead as a result of it.

Which ties back into companies paying people to have best of both worlds because in all reality?

Even jails at least let the prisoners out to mingle amongst “likeminded” individuals physically unlike being on medical welfare while people dislike you because some Bible said I was evil which isn’t wrong but I don’t hurt good people, only bad ones who cross the line, including myself.

“Equality from below”

1 John 5:19

We know that we are children of God and that the world around us is under the control of the evil one. 
“Writing a novel is agony.” 

― George Orwell
“I prefer not talking most often.

Not because I don’t like people but because I don’t like listening to my own voice.” 

― Avijeet Das
“Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t.”

― Jack Heath, The Lab

“I sometimes think if we knew all, we should be more glad to get away.”

― Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde


People need my evil in order too make their goodness look brighter, its that simple.


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