If I can alter a quote by German philosopher Immanuel Kant, “Two things fill my mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe...the natural world around me and the inner landscape of human experience within me.
Between all these lie great amounts of tension which we must learn to navigate
I’m always in favor of any activity, superfluous as it may seem, that aids us in exploring the inner-landscape of our deepest self.
The danger of identifying with an ism/group is that, by doing so, we sacrifice our own nuanced individual beliefs for the benefit of the ism, supporting and eventually conforming to the beliefs, customs, and ideologies identified within the larger ism to avoid the contradictions that are created between the overriding ism’s ideology and our own …
Church is such a strange concept. It’s so ingrained and immersed in the Western world. In many ways what the word currently represents is not necessarily what I want it to mean when I say “church” but it is the language with which we currently have and must function within it. My spiritual autobiography is …
I have seen much of Seph Lawless' photographic work of abandoned malls in the United States, and as many times as I've seen the images, I'm still fascinated and drawn to their eeriness.