Enter the ever-shifting realm of profound literature and artistic revelations created by this enigmatic entity called Kenji. Be prepared to be perplexed by the tapestry of his words, straight from his neurotic brain, as he weaves narratives of love and despair.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS SITE
Ephemeris started as a platform to help me improve my skill in writing but eventually became an archive of my profound thoughts.
PREVIOUSLY ON EPHEMERIS
If the color red is a person then he was probably viewed as a delinquent youth and the black sheep of his family. OK, that might be an over-stereotyping even in the realm of colors but why we dislike such a bold color and prefer subdued colors instead? The answer lies in a century-old color… Read more Why Red is the Most Misunderstood Color?
I’m a walking billboard of lust, sloth, and gluttony. You are familiar with the Seven Deadly Sins, right? You know, the 7 capital vices that St. Thomas Aquinas coined to consolidate a long list of human vices into a shortlist of seven items. He even made a complementary 7 Heavenly Virtues to match the sins.… Read more On Lust, Sloth and Gluttony
Here is an interesting story. My heart was broken by two people who share the same birth date in the same year. What a coincidence, right? One in the summer and the other in the colder months. They even share some similar characteristics but not personalities and they are both addicted to the same game. I was… Read more 500 Days of Autumn
A complex life is a fucking life. – ARISTOTLE To make simple things complicated, you need to simply complicate your mind. You need to always think about what others think about you. You need to ruminate about your future. More complex, much better. We should fill our lives with stuff that we don’t need. We… Read more The Sonderism Manifesto
I used to claim that I am an expert at describing myself. That I am capable of explaining every single thought, behavior, quality, and idiosyncrasies of myself. Boy, I was wrong. On job interviews, I am mostly blanked out when the recruiter asks the immortal question that probably most of us dread, the ‘tell me… Read more Third Person