Adharma Sutra

Introduction The Four Great Reminders Agman.– Life is a war, to live is to fight, to fight it’s to live. Ajihina.– Suffering comes from defeat, Death comes from surrender. Apratidvandva.– Only those who keep within their spirit of battle the courage and hope to fight for victory until the end shall win. Amaribhu.– Life is a […]

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Ways of the Krath “Courageous, untroubled, mocking and violent – that is what Wisdom wants us to be. Wisdom is a woman, and loves only a warrior.” -Friedrich Nietzsche Now you have a battle spirit, what’s next? What do you wish to accomplish? There are times when questions like the previous ones will assault your […]

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No Star Ever Rose or Set

Appendix 4: No star ever rose or set without influence somewhere No star ever rose or set without influence somewhere. – Lord Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton, 1st Earl of Lytton (“Owen Meredith”), Lucile (pt. II, canto VI) Since we are born we must be scolded or induced into breathing and weeping, this way you were […]

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My Name is Fight

Appendix 1: My Name is Fight I have fell a trillion times, I have faced a thousand enemies, I have tasted defeat, I have fell on the way towards the place where I’m going, But I always got up, I always kept walking, And now I challenge you. I won’t ask your name, You’re just […]

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History of Sith Order

History of the Sith Order, successor to r/SithOrder Written from 2017/03/19 – 2017/10/20 This entry of my personal holocron is meant to serve as a complete record of the history of the Dark Council of the Sith Order, to be used for future reference by myself and my future students. The contents are told entirely […]

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Moor’s Meditation

INTRO Most truth, I’ve found, is simple. Moor had a tendency to write eloquent prose to try and convince, and obscure, the truth of his actual message – which makes it difficult to practice for the novice This is my own implementation of his method, combined with research from forum posts, as well as the […]

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Silosian Fables

Darth Ceive and the City of Massu  There once was a Sith apprentice by the name of Darth Ceive, and, in response to having recently been born by society, he returned unto part of it in a small city in the desert by the name of Massu. He observed his fellow brethren, and, upon growing […]

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Imaginary Obligations

There are obligations that would seem to come with achievement or success. People look at your position, or look at what you’ve done, and they have their own expectations of what you ought to be doing. Those obligations are, more often than not, in the eyes of others though. The way it becomes a chain is in […]

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The Nature of Monsters

“Monsters come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes it’s the very people who are supposed to be protecting us. A cop, a parent… the splatter guy.” ~Dexter Morgan It’s hard to say what defines someone as a monster. The dividing line, if I were pushed to draw one, is that some us really aren’t monstrous… and […]

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Whatever Doesn’t Kill You…

…leaves a scar, makes you stranger, and makes you stronger. That’s a juxtaposition of three different variations of a sentiment I’m rather fond of. Sources, in the same order as each of the above: Marilyn Manson, The Joker, and Friedrich Nietzsche. Whatever doesn’t kill you is gonna leave a scar. Our losses and deformities shape […]

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