In the Noosphere

the energy we call love has long since proved that its function stretches beyond simple propagation; and despite population control advocates lobbying to effectively see the numbers significantly diminish, the interest in this most powerful of passions is still on the rise, affirming the hypothesis and leading one to conclude that love is the force of eternal consciousness and if allowed transformation and growth from the corporeal towards the sublimity of the spiritual and supernatural, it’ll help us understand how we continue to evolve…


Ā© Heath Muchena, 2015



10 Comments on “In the Noosphere”

  1. cote8050 says:

    I agree completely, what is this life or this world without love… it really is all there is. Nice work, thank you. Michelle

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  2. milliethom says:

    Interestingly put, Heath. The style is quite effective.

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  3. I of July says:

    thank you šŸ™‚


  4. Such an energy as it stands to evolve will burn with transformative fires, a forge of ferocious heat to tear apart and craft a new
    Such lives that start as a collection of two no more to be blissfully whole but a smashing together of the conclusive logic of love will create that which the forge crafts a new
    As around the cold floor the broken remains of all those souls that once smashed revealed a fatal truth, the fated curse of singular existences that no other could ever be compatible, a damned discarded scrap that the ever brutal process of the heart will never be able to forge happy and true

    “The scraps should never be forgotten, for their jagged edge pain will cut without mercy any happy fool that to the suffering of the single turns a blind eye
    As for some it is not another blessed that will complete them, but a fellow razor of resentment that will dull the anger and return to the discarded a happy hue”

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  5. PS: Nice write, sorry about the crazy fit you’ve just had to read!

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  6. I of July says:

    I enjoyed reading it šŸ™‚

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  7. Those who wish to curb our numbers tend towards non-belief. In fact, nature has its own population control ethos.


  8. learningtocry says:

    Aaah love… : )


  9. I of July says:

    righteousbruin9 I totally agree


  10. Steph says:

    it’s called animal instinct. The drive for pleasure doesnt end..unless the ole brain and body wont cooperate.

    Love is about affection, admiration (yeah, yeah, we can admire bodies, too, i know), and platonic protection.

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