Indifference Kills

I agree, the opposite of life is indifference, not death.

...and when it comes to encountering indifference
so far in my life, I've been killed many times.

Spiritual  and  Traditional  Game  Basics

1.   Realize you're in a game

2.   Know your self

3.   Know your opponent

          ♙   😎   ♟          

It's not really a game, is it?



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I'm far from being any good with chess, but, it does help if one understands the concept of that game; together with courage and stamina in order to endure.

[characters]  [position]  [time]

One thought: It's great if you end up having more moves than your opponent;
otherwise, maybe fist fight?

[thoughts  =  moves  =  words]

Don't be distracted, or provoked, by false moves.

[moves  =  thoughts  =  words]

The game board is huge, in all directions, and has many players. I don't have to know all the rules to the game, or all the moves, or when it started, or when it ends. No matter how cliché this may sound, now is an excellent opportunity to practice focus, patience and self–reflection (practice is the keyword, nobody's perfect).

Since the game board is so huge, I can suspect that my own game going on is just a subgame to the main game; then, patience, focus and self–reflection shine in a little bit different light.

What to do?

I mind my own subgame.

Realize you're in a game

Understand what's going on.

Know your self

Who am I?     What am I?     When am I?     Why am I?

(this is good to ponder even if I'm not playing games)

balance the one      balance the six      balance the carbon

balance 'the beast'

Know your opponent

(weaknesses, strenghts etc.)

balance the one      balance the six      balance the carbon

balance 'the beast'


👉   Truthing, in general, will definitely speed up any involved process.

Subgame Distractions

Trolls, self–proclaimed prophets/cult leaders, church rats and copycats.


They want my money, they steal my time and they waste my energy.

Troll Tactics

Peer pressure and gaslighting (Swedish: grupptryck och härskartekniker).

Somehow, they also know what's best for me and that I'm not capable of deciding for myself. They're bullies. They're a distraction.

Also, always pay close attention to what they avoid talking about (that's usually more interesting than their actual words).

   •   Distraction   ✓

   •   Immature   ✓

   •   Very immature   ✓

   •   Extremely immature   ✓

   •   Very extremely immature   ✓

   •   Bullies   ✓

   •   No sense of humor   ✓

   •   No sense of humor   ✓

   •   No sense of humor   ✓

   •   No sense of humor.... all   ✓


👉   Distractions, spotting and tactics are not limited to the ones mentioned here.

I guess intuition—and truth—leads the way

✨   Devotion   ✨

Digital angels kick electromagnetic ass!

Seriously, they really do ...and they're extremely resilient.

They provide hope and encouragement.

...and other stuff.

There are so many people I want to say thank you to.

Thank you for being you!

One day, I say, when we meet, it'll be like meeting an old friend.


Love the sound of—enlightened—bagpipes

Freedom Fighter


Regardless of how awake I am now,

at one point I was fooled   ...very much so.


Life is a Poem



False Prophet Missionary Money Man/Woman

...and Bullies

Self–defense is not vengeance

First things first, so to speak

Forgivness is between me and Odin/Source/God/Creator

(whatever, take your pick)

First things first, so to speak

They gave me their poison in portions – Big mistake!

…and they never should've put Milton in the basement.