THIS COLLECTION OF essays looks at the world in a both humorous and serious way. As if approaching a pyramid from the sky, we’re starting from the very top, the most recent Concern on the gripping trajectory of Time, and then move all the way down to the root, back to July 2006, as the reality of the agenda of a ‘new world order’ slowly began to seep into collective awareness.

Along this journey we’re diving into something increasingly elaborate and descriptive about what seem to be Tragic Flaws of the Reality we’ve come to create and accept, not infrequently even embrace and identify with. It becomes obvious that our present State, when magnified through the lens of Psychological Truth, looks pretty bleak and completely unnecessary. As we’re all born and raised wounded, we find it (and quite mysteriously so) simply too painful to open up the innocent Child once again, during our play-acts as stereotyped grownups, in order to Heal. Day-to-day Reality, through its compulsory Group Canons, perpetually bewitches us to opt instead for a self-pitying continuation of dreary emotional life scripts and illusory spiritual conditioning.

As the author’s own writing journey into more or less sheer linguistic utterings suggests, Non-fiction can probably only go so far as an appropriate description of our Human Condition. For the Core Truth, it seems – amidst hyped-up, deafening Noise – shall perhaps not be made widely known and only be accessible, through Insights arrived at via Stories and Fiction, to those who are actively, earnestly looking.



 First Published by draft, Summer 2010





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