Sage Advice 5: Knowledge
Like most people who dwell amongst the ever blossoming enigma that is creativity and imagination, I do not have any formal education. Every lesson I have ever learned was given to me by the most well informed entity I know: me. Though I am certainly a unique case, it is possible for any person to tap into the endless world of a self-taught and self-imposed narrative. For example, just the other...
Sage Advice 4: Preparing For The Impossible
People seem quite keen on making strategies for how they’ll handle a zombie apocalypse. You can ask just about anyone, what are you going to do when the zombie apocalypse happens? They’ll give you a giant list of activities and plans they have memorized. It’s a good thing that people do this. Planning for things that will never happen is probably the second best activity you could ever spend time...
Sage Advice 3: Consistency
Not a day of my life has gone by without me spending at least a few hours thinking about what I would do if I had a time machine. My thoughts almost always go directly to my desire to travel into the future: the unknown. But then again, if it’s in the future then it hasn’t happened yet, and if something hasn’t happened yet then how could I possibly visit it? Wait, how does time travelling work?...
Sage Advice 2: Trash In The Street
While strolling through a mostly empty park today, I stumbled upon a loose plastic bag being viciously carried by a strong gust of wind. As I watched the see-through vessel, I was reminded of how we’re all just tattered, disposed garbage being randomly thrown about by the gales of life. I then wondered if anyone has ever been so bold as to compare human life to garbage in any capacity, at any...
Sage Advice 1: To Marry A Lizard
As the ever passive aggressive winds of the northern land masses make their crucially deafening way to the southern regions, the birds are reminded it is time to once more travel upstate where they can wear their dragon-embroidered flannel hoodies without the local populace asking them to leave whichever independently owned coffee shops they were practicing their axe sharpening skills at. I, too,...