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As we draw nearer to Singles Appreciation Day, let us reflect on the power of one and the majesty that can be found in the roaring silence of solitude. Let us also reflect inward and give our inner self some attention as we wander through this vast world we call home. And always remember don't need contrivances to show your true heart. The true worth of a human being is not measured in physical badges of honor, but in how well one treats the others around and within their sphere of influence.

Some music to set the mood.


One source of light to illuminate the day...


One flower to express the feelings of the heart...


One downpour to remind us that not everything works out as planned...


One genuine sign of life in the midst of a corrosive material existence...


One flame to signify the creative spark...


One monument to whisper to us the mistakes of the past...


One stoic sentry standing tall to remind us of the fragile future...


Away from the chaos, one quiet place to call home...


One silent observer to witness our every move...


One sign to suggest possibility in the unknown...


As a bonus, these images are some of the earliest works of art in line with our current theme that I have marked in my 'favorites' gallery. As years go by, some people fall off the face of dA but we should never forget their magnificent contributions to our collective creative consciousness.


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I value quality art and interpersonal interaction. I value discussion and the sharing of ideas. I do not value the favoriting of my work for its own sake. Unless you're willing to make comments to express your interest in my stuff, your 'like' is next to useless to me. And I will value you even less if your only intention in adding my work to your favorites is to drive traffic to your profile. Doing so will get you blocked by me. Lastly, I utterly detest Llamas so unless your personality is exceptionally agreeable or your works are exceptionally phenomenal, giving me a llama will get you blocked as well. You have been warned!

Things you may do -

- You are always welcome to browse my art and make critiques or leave constructive feedback if you desire.
- You are welcome to engage me in civil discourse provided you are not simply challenging my positions as a means of (un)intellectual obstruction.

Things you may NOT do -

- If you are a a religious person of any persuasion, you may NOT raise debates. I have made my mind up about religion and I am not interested in hearing your opinions. This includes any New Age BS as well as any form of Deepak Chopra-ish Woo-think.
- Furthermore, you may NOT proselytize in any way. This includes 'just asking questions' as a means to weasel your religious foot in the door.
- Ignorance is not allowed in my sphere of influence. This includes, but is not limited to, Homophobia, Misogyny/Misandry, Racism or overt Bigotry.

Violate these tenets and YOU WILL BE BLOCKED!


"Always remember that you are the artist, the creator. It is your own ego that is being satisfied. It is rewarding if others understand your aim, but it is never your duty to explain it... Have the courage of your conviction--for you will never be happy being anything else." - David Smith

"Nostradamus did for bullshit what Stonehenge did for rocks." - Cecil Adams

"Everyone is born human. No one is born religious. HUMAN RIGHTS come first." (Me)

"Nothing is more dangerous in the wrong hands than faith." (taken from a TV show)

"Opinions are meaningless without credible facts to support them." (Me)

"The line between protecting liberty and enforcing tyranny is measured by the number of jackboots on the ground and sticks in hand." (Me)

Nothing is Popular Without Popular Consent... (Me)


My name is J. I'm now, officially a middle-aged loon who doesn't have a fucking clue where the pieces fit, nor do I even know if they are all in the box... I'm an Atheist of the Antitheist variety. What this means is that I reject any and all god claims (as an Atheist) and I stand against all expressions of religion within the human sphere (as an Antitheist), though I will admit that I'm evolving to the point where what you believe isn't as important to me as what you're doing with it. Basically, progressive christians doing good can be forgiven their naive beliefs. Morally-bankrupt, backward-thinking, Trump-tard Evangelicals can fucking die for all I care. Until recently I was active in my local Atheist scene but have put that on the back burner given the apathy within the movement and the lack of movement on anything substantial. High School students are standing up to the NRA and their pet council invocations and 'Day of Reason' proclamations just aren't that important anymore...

I support social equality in the broad sense. Anything I can do under the law should be available to all reasonable Americans regardless of circumstance. I take great exception to the notion that bigotry, racism, homophobia and any other defects of the human condition can be justifiable so long as they fall under the aegis (that means shield...) of religious freedom. Also, I would prefer to live in a world where people discuss their social responsibilities and not just the things to which they feel they have a right. Issues related to economic inequality and mental health are particularly important to me at the moment as well.

A quote (rather, a paraphrase...) of mine from a recent discussion - "In order for freedom of expression to properly live up to the mission for which it was devised, that of emboldening the human spirit, freedom of religion needs to be curtailed to a certain degree. Basically, I advocate for a prohibition on any acts or deeds in the name of religion that adversely interfere with the dignity of individuals in their everyday lives and the basic humans rights to which they are entitled."


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