5 Minutes for the Meaning of Life

Adam Abramowitz responds to  “Good Guy” Garrett Golden & Josh Presley‘s thoughts on Life, Death, Truth, and Destiny…   We’d love to know YOUR truth. Visit our Facebook group page: Thoughtopsy Or send us your perspective via Video, Written Word, Song, Sound Clip, or Mental Thought Exploration to Thoughtopsy2015@gmail.com Continue reading 5 Minutes for the Meaning of Life

“Good Guy” on Life, Death, and Truth (with Josh P.)

“Good Guy” Garrett Golden and Josh Presley explore the question of existence… Whats the point of life? Why are we here? What happens after we die? The boys answers some of these questions, providing insight into their own Truth… Whats yours?     What do you think? Continue reading “Good Guy” on Life, Death, and Truth (with Josh P.)

Our Lips: The Gates of Truth

Written by: MJ FA

Your lips are gates, gates of truth, gates of kindness, gates of knowledge. If your words are not honest, then they shouldn’t pass the gates of truth. If your words are not uplifting or gentle, then they should not pass the gates of kindness. When your words are not helpful information backed by theoretical understanding, then they should not leave the gates of knowledge.

Wouldn’t the vibe in the air we share be so much sweeter if we could compromise on this advice? Continue reading “Our Lips: The Gates of Truth”

The Story of Socrates

Author: Adam Abramowitz

The following passage is an excerpt from my novel, “A Glance Inside the Minds Eye”…

“All of the information that I retained about Socrates in college got filtered through my brain and projected as an image, a scene…

             The Story of Socrates

The guardsman’s keys rattled as he led Plato down the musky corridor of the lower jail cell. A stench of sweat, feces, and rust permeated throughout the hallway. To his left, Plato saw the shadow of a man, hunched in the corner of his cell, scratching and clawing at the top of his head. Clumps of hair were scattered throughout his cell and his tattered rags were draped over his shoulder. Continue reading “The Story of Socrates”