Joined 10 years ago from Inside My Head, New York
i've come to terms with life and how it works.
i'm very small and even more so talkative.
i'm a proponent for more hours in a day.
i'm a perfectionist to the fullest extent.
i'll never preside over anything again.
i'm gonna save the world one day.
i'm a rare breed & an odd case.
i'm philosophical in nature.
i'm commonly caffeinated.
reality isn't real.
karma will come back.
education can make you a fool.
i openly secretly hate philosophy,
because everything is interconnected.
if you're gonna take it out, do it on yourself.
life's not as pleasant as we've grown up believing.
continue moving and you'll eventually get somewhere.
[lokah samastah sukino bhavantu]
10 years ago
Essay using philosophical arguments and theories to prove or disprove the existence of alternate realities based on Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Originally written as a college English paper in March 2010.
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