Is a Law Moral?

Is a law moral? Rather, does a law have a moral value? It has become vexing to me in my work in “Denial of Moral Responsibly”, and in conversations of late, that there is a notion that a right is given by law. This is, of course, completely incorrect. If a law gave rights then … Continue reading Is a Law Moral?

Fear not the Night

Worry not now My youthful friend For long it is till night And when it comes The stars that shine Will fill the sky with sliver light I see you shake It is for naught For little will harm you here The cairns that stand Upon this glen Are holy beyond years For here they … Continue reading Fear not the Night

An Ode to the Tribe

I wrote this for a Facebook group that I'm active in bu thought that I would share it here too. Enjoy! An Ode to the Tribe Hail! to Clan Scotland To you and your whisky Hail! to Clan USA To you and your bourbon Hail! to Clan Ireland To you and your unmalted barley Hail! … Continue reading An Ode to the Tribe

Age

What is age? A feeling? A moment? A time? Or what we make it to be? Is age then perception? If so whose? The perception of the mind? Of others? Of the world? What is age? Held in a breath Looking upon the sea Each wave a thing Onto itself and whole Yet fleeting And … Continue reading Age

Mountains Song

An early winter sun Rises in the morning Its light races across the prairie and Stops Crashing against the Longs Peak Mountains Its face alight in red and orange and yellow As if in fire But the fire reside elsewhere In the heart of the seer In the mind of the viewer And sings in … Continue reading Mountains Song

It’s a Trial

It has been long since my last post so I thought I'd post a bit of an update. I'm still working on the next major theme in my philosophical discussions, "Denial of Moral Responsibility". It has, needless to say, taken far to long to complete. There are a verity if reasons behind that, the largest … Continue reading It’s a Trial

Fear of the Sea

I start to see Now within these darker days Our failing that has come to be To blame the sea Would hark to old foolishness As our people learn how to flee To find what's free Hopelessness in senseless fear Now freedom a dream to be Will I wait beside thee Stand in terrors that … Continue reading Fear of the Sea