Tuesday , May 28 2024

Ian Eshelman

Ian is a scholar who has studied the fields of music theory, classical piano, rhetoric, art history, and aesthetics, He also writes and paints. Originally from Washington DC, he currently works in finance in Dallas, TX, USA.

Growing Up and Knowing the World

Do you wish you were a kid again? Not a terribly uncommon thing to hear an adult say, especially when under pressure. Being a child again is desirable because of the innocence, and the bliss of ignorance. At least this seems to be the consensus in my experience. I remember …

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Two Supreme Laws

There is a lot of angst and conflict on behalf of different religions. This is unfortunate as a good amount of conflict may be done in the name of God, when it is driven by the ulterior motives of a man. If God [a.k.a. insert deity] is infallible and man …

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The Modern Hunter-Gatherer

Cap•i•tal•ism ˈkapədlˌizəm/ noun “an economic and political system in which a country’s trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.” It is quite possible that we are experiencing the point in history wherein ignorance has reached critical mass. Personal accountability is at an …

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Point

What do you think is the meaning of the poem?

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