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Evolution of Insanity - Paperback
An author having a conversation with his fictional character, or losing control of his character, mind numbing points leading one twists and turns spinning the mind of the reader with hallucinogenic colors, concepts, and eurekas.
The book, Evolutions of Insanity, plays on a more personified level of conversation between author and reader, guiding the reader through the more unconventional and often taboo points of philosophy and the human mental state.
The twists and turns found in this book is a journey through the evolution of writing in its chronological form, from its simplified beginnings, to a craft that has evolved over a myriad of experimentation and discovery.
The book plays on surreal and abstract, bringing paintings into words, letting the reader experience the point at state, letting the reader taste and feel each word and digest its wisdom and humor. The reader thus looks for more, seeking to further pursue the next story.
It is an addiction, to finally have been able to discover what has been discovered.
"More importantly, how many of these people who pass by you, in
front of you, are perhaps going to die anytime soon, how many? Did
their demise strike you at any point? No, because, while you might see
them physically, they do not exist to you mentally"
"You create something, something fictional perhaps, controlling and
designing your relationship with others. You get affected to them
because you have put together history, a bond, from which their
problems now become yours. Otherwise, they cease to exist."
"We all exist, after all, whether someone acknowledges or not.
Therefore, your understanding of existence is merely limited to what
you have acknowledge as existing"