Ishaisms, Masks, Reflections

Naturally Unnatural

I wonder how man would behave in the 'state of nature' so to speak. Although different political scientists and anthropologists and sociologists have had their own take on this, what do you think, dear reader? How do people behave behind closed doors; in isolation; or in a truly free state; and even then, with everything… Continue reading Naturally Unnatural

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Indifference, Ishaisms, Reflections

INDIFFERENCE

A certain numbness, a certain death, has always resided within my soul, and sometimes I can feel its heart beating… feel the numbness, hear death beat with a life of its own- a certain morose, yet regenerative kind of life- lying so close beside the fresh, vivacious, carefree part of me, that to smother one,… Continue reading INDIFFERENCE

Ishaisms, Reflections, The Boatman Series

A note to my dear reader on The Boatman Series…

Dear reader, I remember it was somewhere around February this year, the second month of my blogging journey, that someone I know had remarked on the number of posts I had been putting up on Ishaisms! "What if you run out of all your written works and are left with nothing one day?" was the… Continue reading A note to my dear reader on The Boatman Series…

Ishaisms, Reflections

On the art of knowing…

We meet and interact with so many people in life, yet how many of those can we claim to truly know, despite regular meetings or communication? How many of them have realities that tend to differ from their projection of it? How many can never live up to the idea of them that we, in… Continue reading On the art of knowing…

Ishaisms, Reflections

OF LOVE AND WAR

I’ve sought long to seek answers to this desperate thirst, this aching pull towards companionship, towards other souls; the need to draw and be drawn to another human – brought out by the innate understanding that one’s burdens weren’t meant to be borne by oneself alone; that the cloak of loneliness was to be shed,… Continue reading OF LOVE AND WAR