[UPDATED: APRIL 24, 2021]
Alternate Title: You might want to start here
[Here’s a more organic FYI. Note: it does not replace or overrule the other disclaimer pages on this blog.]
Welcome to a Matter of Insight (aMoI).
I’m tempted to treat this page like a mysterious prologue for a really good book. But, since you might actually be new here… I’ll be extra considerate. Thus, here’s a list of things you might actually want to know. [And some side commentary because I’m in charge.]
1. This is a blog dedicated to compiling my various theories about life. Some are pretty hammered out. Others warrant future installments.
[Regardless, try and remember that these are theories based on my perception. They may not work for you.]
2. The idea of this blog is built around my motto: “it’s a matter of perspective.”
[If you’ll like to know why that’s not the site title… this site exists with the intention that my awareness and understanding of perspectives be preserved and possibly assist others. And while perspective is something we do naturally and often passively, I’ll like to think that insight has a more conscious and active connotation. And that’s what I desire for this blog.]
3. This is very much a blog by me for me.
[Don’t get me wrong, I’ll like people to enjoy and benefit from what I write. But, I aim to always stay to true to what I think the blog should be… and currently that’s basically a collection of my theories. So the “audience foremost” approach won’t be absolute here.]
4. The audience (you) has no obligation to this blog or myself. And I have no obligation to this blog or the audience.
[I’m also unlikely to accept any negative results that may occur if you take my words and ideas to heart.]
5. On the off chance this blog grows and becomes a “brand” or such, it should only truly be affiliated with any profiles I mention here.
6. Yes, I do use made-up terms.
[I have a tendency to come up with phrases and terms while I create theories. As an example, one prominent lingo you’ll see again and again is Reocurring Thought, RT for short. Basically, it’s an idea or question that I keep wondering about.]
7. Yes, I’m aware that my writing style is a little odd, punctuation included. Here’s a little heads-up.
- [ ] = Commentary.
- I dislike exclamation marks. If I leave a sentence without any end punctuation, assume it’s written with excitement. Especially if I’m commenting.
- I don’t like emojis either. You’ll likely never see me use them.