Category Archives: Questions by Colewelle

Do good things always have to come to an end?

It’s not just good things, you know. It’s everything. It’s okay, that’s the way the world works, and if it didn’t, then there’d be too much of everything everywhere for anything to really be. Endings are all part of the … Continue reading

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Signs it’s time to consider euthanasia

I don’t know if I’m the right person to ask this. I’ve already upset at least one loved one by saying that I want to find a pension scheme that’ll pay out on a shorter term basis on the notion … Continue reading

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Is scoring within 15 minutes a healthy relationship goal?

If you set that as a goal, then it can only be useful for 15 minutes. I don’t think that’s a sustainable approach to goal setting, let alone relationships. My answer is going to be no, but I’m going to … Continue reading

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What are the five practical steps towards your creative place in the Noosphere?

If I knew that, I probably wouldn’t be here. The noosphere, for those not in the no, is the shared idea space. It’s a sphere in the same way that atmosphere and biosphere are. That is, it’s something that surrounds … Continue reading

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Can you ever really know when it’s love?

What love? What’s love got to do with it? I don’t want to know what love is. Love is all you need. The power of love. It must be love. Love me, love me, say that you love. It’s a … Continue reading

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What makes a good hermit?

I think I have dreamed about hermitage for as long as I can remember. On long motorway journeys as a child, I remember staring out at the clumps of woodland alongside the road, trying to decide which bits would be … Continue reading

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Is Steampunk intrinsically a fascist aesthetic through a seemingly playful back door?

It’s times like this I feel like I should probably have paid more attention when I skimread the futurist manifesto, and similar bodies of aesthetic fascism. I’m already worried that even that one sentence was enough of a blasé misinterpretation … Continue reading

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