“Ontoscopy” what does it mean?

ontos: from Greek on (gen. ontos) = “being” (prp. of einai “to be”)
scopy: from Greek skopos = “seeing,” from skopein = “to watch.”

Some people have been wondering why i named this blog project “ontoscopy 101”, which, of course, i did not choose for no reason. Continue reading

On loneliness

As some may know, loneliness – to feel lonely, isolated – has been a longtime hangup of mine. For more than a decade, to be precise, but that is a closed chapter now. Aloneness – to be alone – is still my main M.O., and the blues still get me from time to time.
Fortunately, i have learned quite a few things about this phenomenon, through many years of feeling, looking, writing, acting, reacting, thinking and unthinking. To spare you the time and trouble, i here present to you some observational shortcuts.
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