Maybe nature has a plan to control the way of man!



Have you ever noticed with what persistent constancy day replaces night, winter – spring, the sun – cloudiness? With what arrogance to human passions, wars, a grief, pleasures birdies carelessly chirp? As though the nature doesn’t care about the human: to his acts low and magnificent, to his creations and destruction!

The nature influences us and whether we influence it (if not to consider our barbarous, destructive treatment with the ecology) the thoughts which we consider great, or they are illusion of our extreme conceit?


We an unfortunate experiment or possess some vivifying mission?

The nature doesn’t care about the discoveries destroying the planet and mankind and triumphal ascent of the climbers submitting Everest where they leave tons of untidy garbage!


Perhaps, it cares about creativity which though a little bit will be able to help to realize our barbarous relation to her! And, perhaps, it would be desirable to believe that  we’ll be able to live, at least partially in harmony with it, at least like lions who after successful hunting for a gazelle, majestically and passionlessly behold the passing by herd of these graceful creations!

What would you say?


Happy Return!

The Prisms.

Have you ever thought of a role of prisms? As they change our view of the world!

The strange beings are people! They are under the power of the stereotypes imposed by society, system! It is important to society to hold the personality under the power of the prejudices which are worked out by it: it is so easier to create the zombie, obedient to his ideology!

Of course, there are universal canons of morality. But concepts about that what is good and bad are conditional, they a product of our cultural distinctions! It was noted still by the great Greek philosopher Pirron. He called nothing neither fine, nor fair, and human acts are directed only the law and custom. “Really, same for one it is fair, for others it is unfair, for one good, for others is bad. The Persians consider normal to marry their own daughters, and for the Greeks it is illegal. Egyptians embalm the dead men, the Romans burn them. Therefore it is necessary to refrain from an opinion what is true and what isn’t. ”

For the suicider a death is the revolt and a desired method of disposal of hated life, for the optimist is an awful nonsense. The jealous man kills the wife and her lover, for some people to lay down the traveler for the night with the wife is the rule of hospitality, and the western swinger derives pleasure and reaches an orgasm, seeing as other men give pleasure to his wife!

Everything depends on what prism to look at this or that phenomenon! But don’t judge! In the company of cannibals it isn’t shameful to eat the human meat and, perhaps, for them the criminal is any vegetarian who trampled on cannibalism canons!

You can understand, but not to accept! The prisms returning us to our identity will help to understand it! They return us to ourselves, to our human entity!


Vagif Gaziyev (Vadim Gazi).

The Turn by Vadim Gazi (Vagif Gaziyev).

He slowly undid the massive buttons of her charming blouse. To his look the swarthy, rising breast with the peaked pink nipples opened!

She felt his strong hairy hands on the breast. “The imaginary has become obvious!” the trite thought rushed at her.

He kissed her breast with tenderness, leading his tongue round on her nipples. And all this time she felt his hands which were gently ironing all her body. His hand slowly went down under her lacy bikini and his fingers shyly groped the vagina! Then also slowly kissing he started going down to the navel and more down… He continued this “torture” slowly caressing and kissing her below!

Natalie was heated, and also wet below from the passion. She moaned from the pleasure and, having bent down to him, who was caressing her vagina, whispered to his ear with awe: “I can’t bear it, I’m begging you, please, please, enter, enter me!”

He laid her on the bed, continuing tenderly to cover her body with the kisses. She felt on herself his ticklish kisses, the state was so enthusiastic that she wanted both to escape and to stay! And from his hot hands such energy was proceeding as if it was an electric current!

Her hands feverishly undid his shirt and, slowly falling, groped the massive horse that was torn from the leash to the freedom!

He slowly took off her lacy bikini from and groped her elastic buttocks, imperiously moved apart her beautiful legs and slowly entered her!

She let out delighted shout of pleasure. Al vigorously pushed his body: she, having dexterously raised her body and moved in unison with him! In a few minutes he replaced the pose, imperiously, having grabbed her hips, having attached behind her again, and again seized her!

With passionate ecstasy Natalie turned the head to behold the coition of their bodies! Standing so, she felt his hot hands squeezing her nipples and was submitted to his power with the humility of a slave. His brawny, slightly suntanned feet densely nestled on her smooth, roundish feet: during this instant she felt that she belongs to him both with her body and soul!

Al, embraced her behind, continued to cover all her body with hot kisses! They merged in a final kiss when he was convulsively hammered in an orgasm.


Rest in peace, Jacque Fresco—gone but never forgotten!

Here are a few Jacque Fresco quotes to remember him by and to inspire us all to work toward a better world: 

“I don’t get upset if people think I’m crazy. If you go to a mental hospital and someone calls you a name, would you get upset? Of course not. Well, that’s the way I think about the world. They don’t know any better.”

“It’s your own expectations that hurt you. Not the world you live in. Whatever happens in the world is real. What you think should happen is unreal. So people are hurt by their expectations. You know, you’re not disappointed by the world, you are disappointed by your own projections.” 

“Our main problem is a lack of understanding of what it means to be human and that we are not separate from nature.”

“Democracy is a con game. It’s a word invented to placate people to make them accept a given institution. All institutions sing, ‘We are free.’ The minute you hear ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’, watch out…because in a truly free nation, no one has to tell you you’re free.” 

“’What is the meaning of life?’ What is consciousness and the mind? Why am I here? What is my relationship to God and the universe?’ These questions have been asked for centuries, but they are irrelevant to achieving social progress. These are unanswerable questions because they don’t have referents in the real world. The posing of such ambiguous questions doesn’t express concern for fellow human beings, or a desire to elevate their condition. Such musings are gibberish in terms of practicality, and as impotent as wailing over an injured person instead of seeking medical attention for them.”

“If you love someone and they want to leave, you help them pack. That’s love.”

“I didn’t want to teach my kid how to read, so I used to read to him at night and close the book at the most interesting part. He said, ‘What happened then, Daddy?’ I said, ‘If you learn to read, you can find out. I’m too tired to read. I’ll read to you tomorrow.’ So, he had a need to want to learn how to read. Don’t teach children how to read. Don’t teach them mathematics. Give them a reason to want it. In school, they’re working ass-backward.”

“If you’re shipwrecked on an island with 10 million dollars and your wife has gold and diamonds, but there’s no water, no arable land, no fish, you have nothing. Money is a ‘nothing’ thing.”

“We have the technology to build a global paradise on earth, and at the same time, we have the power to end life as we know it. I am a futurist. I cannot predict the actual future—only what it can be if we manage the earth and its resources intelligently.”

“Either we learn to live together in full cooperation or we will cause our own extinction.”