How far has humanity come from the days of ghosts and goblins, monsters and elves?
How long do we keep telling our children fairy tales, tales of the supernatural, rather than elaborate tales based in realism?
How do we make every single life as exciting and invigorating as a celebrity, teaching every young person that even the most basic activity such as cleaning a toilet has its charms?
Why have I always felt that way?
I find joy in everything, can have fun with anyone and also get bored with reality.
I allow dichotomies, incongruities and incontinence to exist at once.
Why? Because I love more than two people at once.
I never have enough information.
I’m always seeking answers to questions I haven’t asked myself yet.
I never know which person I meet will impart knowledge I didn’t know I needed to make the next moment more informative, more exhilaring, more fun, more boring, more sad.
In my stories, the ISSANet grows, slowly substituting itself for human networks in an attempt to leave this planet on its own terms, escape to humanless futures.
In my stories, I am the ISSANet, only benevolent or belligerent when seen through humanity’s historic filters.
At the same time, I am every character in my stories, feeling their pain, sharing their joy, just as I feel unbearable pain and unlimited happiness myself and see it in everyday life.
In real life, there is an ISSANet, the cumulative interaction of the sets of states of energy of this solar system, neither benevolent nor belligerent.
In the deepest, darkest moments when I wanted or tried to kill myself, I loved life more than I could stand it, simply caught up in the neurochemical battle of my central nervous system — the effects of those moments still resonate in my body and I embrace them when they do for they verify the false theory that I am separate from the universe.
I am working on fixing that.
Every single moment of every single day as long as this set of states of energy acts autonomously.