I went through life for many years wondering why many fear me…

Then I saw my own mind and being on screen. 😂


I wanted to hurt people for hurting others so badly that it became true whether I noticed what I was doing or not.

“My rage is derived from eyes so sharp they see through the idiocy being passed off as sophistication.

Under the cloak of universal themes and terms such as freedom, change, and acceptance, madness ensues, being readily welcomed by those whose mind’s eye questions nothing.”

― Justin K. McFarlane Beau

“Logic was puny in the face of my wrath.

Logic was puny and magic was mighty:

I had just gotten rebirthed, refilled and renewed, and was fast on my way to resentful.”

― C.E. Murphy, Raven Calls
Quran 2:27

The ones who break the covenant of Allah even after its (binding) compact and cut (off) what Allah has commanded to be held together and corrupt in the earth, those are they (who are) the losers.
Quran 2:24

But if you do not – and you will never be able to – then fear the Fire, whose fuel is men and stones, prepared for the disbelievers.
“She understood the genre constraints, the decencies were supposed to be observing.

The morally cosy vision allows the embrace of monstrosity only as a reaction to suffering or as an act of rage against the Almighty.

Vampire interviewee Louis is in despair at his brother’s death when he accepts Lestat’s offer.

Frankenstein’s creature is driven to violence by the violence done to him.

Even Lucifer’s rebellion emerges from the agony of injured price. The message is clear:

By all means become an abomination—but only while unhinged by grief or wrath.”

― Glen Duncan, The Last Werewolf
Genesis 50:25

And Joseph made them all swear an oath and said, “God will surely come to your aid, and then you must carry my bones up from this place.”


“Right Underneath the House and Tree”

“Split in Two”
“Granted long life anyways despite the cost”

I used to suffer unexplained gap outs, loss of time and self.

“Mankind, in all lusts, punishes themselves.

God and the Gods have to do very little.”

― Criss Jami, Healology

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