Vengeance Trilogy by a.k. czinkota
The human mind is more amazing than the universe,” said my teenage daughter the other day. “How come?” I asked. “Well, it all really starts in our heads, doesn’t it? Like, without our minds there wouldn’t be a universe. —
Is The World An Idea?
It got me thinking. The rift between what is and what is perceived is at least as old as philosophy itself. Yes, it has something to do with the popular “if a tree falls in a forest and no one sees it, did it fall?” or “if you are not looking at the moon is it really there?” But things are a bit more complex than that. (By the way, the answer is unequivocally “yes” to both of those questions, at least to this blogger.) -Marcelo Gleiser
I think Darren Aronofsky’s favorite movie is Perfect Blue.
He did buy the remake rights to it. I love the bath tub scenes. And subway scenes.
(Source: fulgurous, via deathistheroadtoawe)