mercredi 29 juin 2016

Have you read Another Dimension: The Ultimate Amalgam yet?

How can you talk of helping others when you haven’t helped yourself? Such sayings arise among us and I wonder why we keep hurting each other with such things. Should there be a reason, a justification, a logic in what any man is doing? What is the reason for us being here? What is the purpose of our existence? If we can’t find answers to these fundamental things, why reproaching one another for our choices, beliefs, eccentricity, irrationality? At the end of the day, we’re all human beings and none higher human than the other.

They may have possessions, positions, titles, reputations, recommendations or sanity yet we are all of the same species. Let’s celebrate each other, especially in what distinguishes the other from us, in what makes them unique, in the fact that they don’t conform to whatever system has called ‘normality’.

I care but I can’t help you for if I could, I would. Or could it be when a man can, he cares no more, or he may be exhausted, or has lost all his zeal and determination to help? We can’t tell what happened along the way. I’m no saint by good works and I don’t know how this life functions. I live it yet I know not the characteristics. The thing I do which I loathe the most is judging a man. Who knows what life has taken him to so that he does this or that? I am not right because I speak, or because I make logical points or because I win a debate. Who’s wrong, who’s rights; it doesn’t matter. What matters is man alive, healthy, prosperous, happy, satisfied in all fields of existence.

As of today, I am conscious that I don’t want to hurt anybody, I don’t want to say something to make them feel bad. I want to wish every man good, brighten them up with anything I have: time, talent, treasure. Yet I won’t grieve if I don’t do so for I am a human and who knows where life took me these last days?

I hate writing articles. What I love is writing about people and I’ve written about them in my books the Another Dimension series. These people live the ideals I cherish and I’d like to see that lived in my world, beginning by me. Give me a chance; you won’t regret reading Another Dimension.

lundi 27 juin 2016


ANOTHER DIMENSION: 4. SAIYANS, NOOTRA AND ORIGINS (II): Superman, Captain Nootra and Batman separated for their respective assignments. Meanwhile, the Earthlings were in total hysterics when their...

jeudi 23 juin 2016


Society tends to categorize people. Humans are just living their lives and society gives you a name, saying you’re lazy or whatever. You didn’t choose to be in that state. Situations put you there and it’s not like it’s permanent. They used to categorize you as lazy, but then you travel to the United States. It’s so revolutionary that you find yourself doing things, being active. What if the place you were made you not want to do anything?

Society categorized you before as lazy. You had thought things were just going bad in your life and everything was finished. You didn’t give up willingly, but you tried to do things. You had dreams, projects; you were so enthusiastic about your future, yet things didn’t work. You experienced disappointment and so you said you won’t do anything. And society gave you a name.

Now with this breakthrough, you see yourself doing things. You thought you were someone who couldn’t do such things just because of the situation you were in. Now you go to parties, now you play football with friends, now you learn how to ride a bicycle, now you have a lover etc. People don’t choose to be in this condition or that situation; they just find themselves there because of the way things happened at one moment. All men desire happiness, even the ones society categorized.

dimanche 19 juin 2016


ANOTHER DIMENSION: SAIYANS, NOOTRA AND ORIGINS (1): The unprecedented happened. Noah, Ryan, Alan and Zach landed in a world where cartoons’ and comics’ heroes exist. Nootra, the city of Denver...

lundi 13 juin 2016


Generally, people seem to be afraid of bliss or to enter a state of bliss. People may have all things they desire but they’re still sad like there was some ecstasy in sadness. The fear of losing something makes one sad though they are with what they want. People could enter bliss using psychedelics but the government doesn’t allow that. Some say Yoga procures a powerful bliss yet some are still afraid of that bliss.

A lady prayed and was filled with joy, rapture but she was afraid of that. Some people think they have to sacrifice, live difficult things, strive, and suffer as if they don’t want to live rapture in this world. We knew this bliss when we were kids and we’re still in it; it’s before us. But why can’t we live it again: are we afraid of it?

Some masters say we shouldn’t bet on the bliss, and call other disciples bliss junkies, meaning those who entered the path just for that reason. The question is what are we looking for in this world? Isn’t it bliss? How can we stigmatize those who live in search of happiness? Isn’t happiness the what all men desire? Society supposes a dignity, or honor in suffering, misery or hard work.

Why? Those things are negative, and no man wants them willingly. Man’s bliss is what all governments, religions, economies and institutions should be promoting, instead of restriction, frontiers and fear.

samedi 11 juin 2016


ANOTHER DIMENSION: 3. CLASHES IN THE STREETS: Noah, Alan, Zach and Ryan left their home planet Earth aboard a space shuttle that launched from their city Aven. Once in space, they were v...