Guidance of the Wind
Meditation is a key or a path to the inner self. To reach the inner sanctum of a human being born through losses.
Steering the wheel by yourself — being the master of your own fate — is the hardest of challenges.
A fine and remarkable day it is today. We could witness a very prominent event in British history, which was last witnessed only by our grandparents and great-grandparents. The coronation of III Charles. But allow me to raise two questions: why is it important and what does it stand for?
AI Generated Pictures — Follow-up Essay
Since my last blogpost about AI art, I decided to write a follow up on the matter, because there are many things I see differently now. I also understood why a lot of people are against it. So here I am again, and now I would like to offer a new perspective, meshed from two very different, but somehow connected worlds.
AI Generated Pictures
My feelings about the AI made or created artworks are very mixed to say the least. It is a highly debated topic on the internet, at least what I have read about it so far. On the one hand, I can understand others and say the same: AI cannot create real art. On the other hand, I can also say that it indeed can… And this duality regarding the topic comes from a single question: do the creations of AI have any soul?
“Crow and Raven: Three Short Fables” by unknown author
“Crow and Raven: Three Short Fables” was an in-game book found in the video game titled The Elder Scrolls Online. It is a series of morals, presented through the viewpoint of Crow and Raven. The two animals are constantly bugging each other through the tales and I found them to be funny and educational.
Thoughts and Experiences with Video Games
The other day I was inspired by others, who posted about their favourite video games and their experiences. So here is a short collection of my thoughts about video games. A spoiler free writing!
“The Witcher – Farewell of the White Wolf” Announcement:
Dear Witcher fans, it is a great honour to announce that the beloved The Witcher - Farewell of the White Wolf will be receiving a new update in the near future. For the past year, we have worked tirelessly to finally create the Enhanced Edition of this great story,...
Analysis of John Osborn’s Look Back in Anger
My first question was: Who? Who (has to) look(s) back in anger? Is it Jimmy? Is it the reader perhaps?
I have to admit that I read this drama multiple times. John Osborn uses symbols in an open manner and meanwhile makes the whole picture easier to see. However, at the same time, this makes it harder to put my thoughts into comprehensible sentences.
The Difficulties of Translating
Previously, I have already explored some aspects of this topic in an essay that I shared on my site. However, I thought it was lacking in academic support and mostly contained my views and experiences. Therefore, I decided to re-evaluate and re-edit that post.
Viewing Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” through Psychoanalysis
The human mind is a complex creation. It has depths that we could not, cannot and will never be able to reach. Edgar Allan Poe in his gothic novella conducted psychoanalysis on himself, or rather wrote it after he experienced the dive into his inner depths.