Somanei: MeaningAs so it was that upon both Him and Her the soundless and surreal shower fell, soothing as balm, nourishing and satisfying as mana, it fell from the heavens. The blissful silence of the scene surrounded, penetrated and infused the landscape and its inhabitants. Its unearthly calm fell warmly.Somanei: Meaning by ~Kenota
Again, though, after time His mind did find itself in the deepest of thirsts for the untapped wisdom of Her mind and being. So it was then His mind reached to find an sculpt the sounds and symbols of a deep and probing question with which He hoped to illumine further for Himself the lie of the existential land.
What then of meaning? What is the purpose o
Someanei: Song of AhlatvasWith Her last words still fresh and clear in His mind, carved too into the very aether which surrounded them, He drew the shortest of breaths. As it filled his lungs, his body swelled and rippled with ecstatic energy. It fired a wave of euphoria like noetic lightning across his skin, down the branching deltas of His nerves.Someanei: Song of Ahlatvas by ~Kenota
Tell me, then, of the attainment of Virtue. For though you did so eloquently elucidate its properties, you have yet left me without a beginning for finding it. Thus, I ask that you might inform me, lest I be a person with destination but naught for navigation, He proffered to her consideration.
Allow me then to gift thee a
Somanei: VirtueWhat then is it which makes people great, not in power, but in moral constitution? He crafted the message carefully, His mind slowly learning the artisan strokes and sculpting which the lean and beautiful expression of thought in the language of the realm demanded.Somanei: Virtue by ~Kenota
The purity and potent fundamental nature of the question hung in the thick air, shimmering like the finest and clearest dews suspended upon the woven silk of the spider's web.
It is that moral constitution is equal parts wisdom and Virtue in intimate mix, came Her ethereal reply, its form cutting deftly the space between them. Though 'tis that wisdom itself springs forth in bloom
Tim Leary, Tertullian and Kenotic Social TheoryTimothy Leary is best known for two important facets in his legacy: his advocacy of LSD, and the immortal sound bite which resonated through many of the events of the day. "Turn on, tune in, drop out". However, it is in giving this advice to his following (a phrase which neatly encapsulates much of Leary’s social philosophy) that he inadvertently echoed a very different teacher who preached a very similar message to a very different flock.Tim Leary, Tertullian and Kenotic Social Theory by ~Kenota
Tertullian was an ecclesiastic writer who wrote in the second and third centuries of the Common Era. He was one of the influential writers of the early Christian community. In his writings, he expoun