Tag: enlightenment

Introducing my Book: The Philosophy of a Mad Man

Originally published as my debut book release back in 2012, The Philosophy of a Mad Man contains a detailed overview of my spiritual journey (Part 1), and an introduction to the key elements of my philosophy (Part 2).

The Nature of Forms: Where Plato Went Wrong

I’ve been thinking about the way our thoughts and feelings relate to the external world, and considering the nature of our reactions to external things and how those reactions occur independently of the nature of the objects we perceive. Allow me to elaborate a… Continue Reading “The Nature of Forms: Where Plato Went Wrong”

Dimensions of Reality

An abstract picture of a head and consciousness

Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good weekend. Today’s post is another in my Praise and Prose series, which looks at the way we use language to talk about matters of faith and spirituality, and how this language could change in order… Continue Reading “Dimensions of Reality”

Suffering, God, and Covid-19

A priest wearing a black garment and looking serious

Is God responsible for human suffering? This question has been a major consideration of mine ever since God revealed Himself to me and I became a Christian back in 2008. I have considered Biblical interpretations of suffering, and have also explored a range of… Continue Reading “Suffering, God, and Covid-19”

The Great Vacuousness of All that I Am and Ever Will Do

The question of why there is something rather than nothing — why anything exists at all — is very confusing to me. However, I realise that confusion is just an energetic state; it’s perfectly possible that to You (God) there is no mystery. It… Continue Reading “The Great Vacuousness of All that I Am and Ever Will Do”