A serious music insight from Meredith Brooks’ song “Bitch” hints at women needing stronger men. Maybe we just need stronger persons, that’s all.
When it comes to prostitution (the oldest job in the world), people started thinking if we should fine clients. With prostitution, it’s always the same mantra: there is no ambiguity. If you give me a fixed amount, you will get laid.
I guess the only way to become a whore or a client in real life is then repeating: there is no ambiguity. Even though everybody knows we’d better accept the fact that there are things in life we can’t control.
What if we were wrong? We can control everything when it comes to life so that we can relax a bit and Mother Earth will thank us. Because we are 7 billion humans today and the rate is accelerating. Maybe we just need a world war then?
Can Humanity Change Her Bad Habits?
What distinguishes humans from animals is the following: we are not afraid of self-criticism. By the way, if you have problems with your animality, reduce self-criticism. But my point is the following: there is one bad habit that is preventing us to go to space and I wonder what it is.
Now I’m going to reveal why we hesitate to go to space: there are a lot of monsters out there. And some are still alive and are living a so-called successful life. What kind of monsters are there in space? The kind I’m thinking of is people with a bad obsession. We know sometimes obsessions can pay but most of the time they don’t.
Love at first sight, so many questions, turn off the light. Take a deep breath and relax. I heard someone 2000 years ago lived 900 years. Now, if we could live 900 years in good health, then space travels becomes a formality.
Must Have Been Relieved With That Age
What could motivate someone to live for 900 years? We know Abraham lived almost 200 years. We know God will never pay us because he owes us something. But anyone with a bit of experience knows humanity can’t be trusted.
Yesterday I wrote about a rider on the storm and a killer on the road because his brain was in overdrive. Now I’m going to correct myself: I was born in Beirut, Lebanon, a famous place for moles and double agents. When it comes to spying, working for the FBI and the CIA is a standard.
That’s why I thought first to take Paris, France and then Washington DC, USA. Of course, with the kind of music I listen to, I’m fond of every part of the world, even Tokelau.
Going To Extremes, More Than Words
Tokelau (previously known as the Union Islands, and officially as Tokelau Islands until 1976) is a dependent territory of New Zealand in the southern Pacific Ocean. It consists of three tropical coral atolls (Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo), with a combined land area of 10 km2 (4 sq mi). The capital rotates yearly between the three atolls.
Tokelau lies north of the Samoan Islands, east of Tuvalu, south of the Phoenix Islands, southwest of the more distant Line Islands, and northwest of the Cook Islands. We all know the Phoenix will be reborn and never die, but what we don’t know is the periodicity.
That’s why I say a little prayer for humanity before I put on my make up. I mean the smile I can’t fake anymore. I want to go to the edge of the Earth first and then explore the Milky Way in 24 hours maximum (as if it was a city in Spain).
Got Me Figured Out: Musician And Astronomer
As a conclusion, I won’t write a song like Brooks mentioning all my identities (which by the way might be a psychiatric disorder). I’m a musician and an astronomer. One might wonder why I want to escape. One word: the toxic artwork of World War 2 and its aftermaths.
I guess it’s been 2000 years we spend our time debating what happened in the Middle East (modern Israel and Lebanon). And also in the Arabic peninsula. Abrahamic religions are interesting because they want to worship only one god and not a pantheon like Rome or Athens.
In my case (talking about music), I listen to a lot of music and worship several artists. It’s time to close the chapter of Abrahamic religions, even though we could get some inspiration from it. There are some wonderful ideas but there’s always something too crazy to be true.
Yes, I will conclude with that bold statement and won’t hedge: Abrahamic religions are fake. Maybe they were just here to compete with Athens and Rome and didn’t have enough imagination.