Author Archives: Philosopher Muse

About Philosopher Muse

An explorer of volition and soul, a song under a night sky and a dream that forever yearns to be.

Farewell & Bon Voyage!

“Truly I say unto you, unless you change and become like children, you will not enter the kingdom of heaven.” – Son of Man It has been a slice sharing my creative side with you all and connecting with fellow … Continue reading

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The Great Gig in the Sky

“Then I saw three impure spirits that looked like frogs; they came out of the mouth of the dragon, out of the mouth of the beast and out of the mouth of the false prophet.” – Revelation 16:13 Jordan Peterson, … Continue reading

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On the True Good

“All those who put pleasure in the highest position judge the good to be an object of the sense. We, on the other hand, who assign the good to the mind, take it to be an object of the understanding.” … Continue reading

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The Ball Bearings by which Justice Turns

“The ability of Canada’s legal system to function effectively and to deliver the kind of justice that Canadians need and deserve depends in large part on the ethical standards of our judges.” –Canadian Judicial Council Here in Canada, our 6 … Continue reading


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Recognize Erroneous Proclivities

“Before you can reform yourself, you must realize your error.” – Seneca, Letter 28.9 Before we can improve ourselves, we have to acknowledge our flaws. The same can be said with repairing a car engine, unless we can figure out … Continue reading

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An Ode To Be Real

“So long as I can dwell with these, and lose myself—to the degree allowed to humans—in celestial things, what does it matter where I set my feet?” —Seneca, Consolation to Helvia One of the greatest exponents of Stoic Philosophy spent … Continue reading

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Dealing with Anger

“The outcome of great anger is madness. Hence we should avoid anger, not to keep things in moderation, but to preserve our sanity.” – Seneca, Letter 18.15 Even though my understanding of Latin has faded into a dark cloudy dullness, … Continue reading

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Being in Chord with Nature

“Nature controls this visible realm by means of change. Clear skies follow after cloudy weather, seas become turbulent after a calm; winds blow in turn; day follows night. It is the world’s contrarieties that give rise to its longevity.” – … Continue reading

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Core Elements of Natural Law

The tarot may not be the most reliable source for predicting outcomes but it can certainly trigger our imagination and get us thinking about ideas in different ways. We have a tendency to see what it is that we want … Continue reading

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Desire, Yearning & Craving

Anyone care to say what the following words have in common: Desire, yearning and craving. Think of an answer before you continue. This will help you engage the material to follow. Next, ask yourself: Do cravings usually begin first, followed … Continue reading

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