Wu Wei : Do Not Monkey Around

Wu Wei without doing, causing, or making Practically speaking it means without meddlesome, combative, or egotistical effort. The character Wei developed from symbols for a clawing hand and a monkey, since the term Wu Wei means no going against the nature of things; no clever tampering; no Monkeying Around. The efficiency of Wu Tang is… Read More

Different Strokes for Different Jokes (part 1)

  Humor is defined as the quality of being amused or comic, especially as expressed in literature, or as a mood or state of mind.  As such it is very relative from person to person and situation to situation. However, despite the number of genitalia based “jokes’ in tabletop card games or Virtual Skid Row,… Read More

JAMES JOYCE – LITERARY PSYCHICIST: An Analogy of Sombunall of Finnegans Wake

James Joyce (1882-1941) was an Irish poet and writer, academically known for his experimental use of language and wit in such works as Ulysses (1922) and Finnegans Wake (1939). He was a master of rhetoric, as he was a master of mimicry, but the figure of speech he is best known for, and arguably the… Read More