Philosophical Spotlight: 5 Life Lessons We Can Learn From Existentialist Thinker Albert Camus


Albert Camus was a 20th Century French existentialist thinker. He reshaped philosophical thought by attributing to the absurdism in living.

As an ambassador for the individuals’ freedom of choice, Albert Camus underlined the concept of personal empowerment. In doing so, his philosophical thinking painted a bleak, but optimistic outlook into coping with the absurdity of life.

In this modern and maddening world,

Here are 5 elements to walk with from the revolving life and philosophy of Albert Camus:

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What Thunder And Lightning Feel Like.


I sit here staring through the middle of the night. That and not much more,

The rain trickles, and pours… then trickles… then pours. Continue reading “What Thunder And Lightning Feel Like.”

Transient Memories That Don’t Belong To Me.


Well, I happened to stumble onto this ‘Transient’ challenge laid out by Andrea Badgley.

Immediately, I began to form visuals and associate images of the past– a past that is now very late. Continue reading “Transient Memories That Don’t Belong To Me.”

The smell of fire.


Littermature Original Poetry-

On captivating opportunities, and broken dreams. In the smell of fire.

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The Unfolding Reflection- of Broken Mirrors, of Broken Dreams


“Bring me back to my youth”– you hope. Continue reading “The Unfolding Reflection- of Broken Mirrors, of Broken Dreams”

The Creative Exploit– The Lazy Alternative.

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Don’t Just Work Hard, Work Smart Too!
And while you’re doing that, Test nature, Test the faith, Test yourself– THAT’S LIVING! Continue reading “The Creative Exploit– The Lazy Alternative.”

I’m Lost.


Travelling the road less travelled brings with it a high degree of uncertainty, and without certainty, it’s a pretty good bet to call it lost. Continue reading “I’m Lost.”

Rich, Poor: Old & Young.


A poem for the rich,
a poem for the poor.
A poem for the middle crowd,
and words of no cure. Continue reading “Rich, Poor: Old & Young.”