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First things first…

About this blog:

Constant Reconstruction is named in the spirit of universiality. The one thing that can be said, about the universe, (on the physical, metaphysical, symbolic, and other levels) with absolute certainty is that change is the single unifying priciple. Were you paying attention, or was that sentence too long? I Am not attempting to tease you, nor doubting your potential. I Am simply demonstrating the kind of writing you will find in/on (not sure which one would be proper here) this blog. I’ll try to keep the diversions to a minimum.

It is my wish that this blog becomes an outlet for my creative needs. As it stands, my life is lacking a good creative outlet. Also, I have had the urge to write since middle school. I have never felt compled to write about anything in particular, but just to write. So what this blog may be to some is just another random collection of thoughts. At times, I admit, things will seem random; this will be the blog’s second objective: to remove the illusion of randomosity. This is not to say that I Am confused, just that making full sense of things takes time. So please allow time.

Open topics:

  • Theology
  • Quantum Physics
  • Metaphysics
  • Genetics
  • Politics
  • Sociology
  • Economics
  • Government (Please don’t think this means just little ol’ USA)
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Mythology
  • Language

More to come, as things progress…

About The Architect

Well we’ll have to wait a day or so on that.


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