When the lord rings at your door and he wants to give you a hug, it’s always special. Most landlords though come to you complaining the rent wasn’t paid. But it must be special when you pay the rent and the Lord gives you a free beer in a wonderful place.

I wanted to write this post as a manifesto for a new humanity. The Earth won’t let us in that situation for too long. The Earth is alive and she wants us to be in good shape so we can conquer space. President Macron was right when he made the conquest a cornerstone of his politic.

What’s so amazing about space? Our hearts must be beating like in 1492 when Colomb discovered America. Let’s make sure this time England doesn’t steal our land. And that might be why Brexit is important: it’s unlikely England wants to protect us with all due respects.

Let’s write for the Earth and the end of the space headache. Let’s rethink humanity and make space travels the fundamental, whatever the sacrifice down here.

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How Does It Feel To Set Yourself On Fire?

I remember the cover of one of Rage Against The Machine album. The monk set himself on fire but I don’t remember what he did that for. All I know is that some people are willing to do what it takes and maybe more so humanity gets out of here. The joker and the thief will agree.

The toxic artwork of Alois Brunner might just be about people who proposed to save humanity. Jesus tried and sent us a message who still is important today. Jesus’ message may be more about irony.

Irony (from Ancient Greek εἰρωνεία eirōneía, meaning ‘dissimulation, feigned ignorance’), in its broadest sense, is a rhetorical device, literary technique, or event in which what appears, on the surface, to be the case, differs radically from what is actually the case.

Now people who set themselves on fire might want to hide something. Let’s make sure it’s not the secret code that will save the Earth.

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Did You Have Your Daily Dose Of Devaluation And Control?

If your heart starts beating like a hammer, don’t look surprised: little boy and fat man are still at war with the trees and the ginkgo biloba who survived atomic bombs. There’s something incredible about trees: they witness injustice everyday and don’t move. Their majesty comes from here.

How come I didn’t grow to 1m85 or 6’1? After all, my father is tall and everyone knows children want to be taller than their parents. My height is 1m65 which means 5’5. That’s because something happened on the way to heaven.

I was watching TV calmly in my parents’ room when I was surprised by the screams right next door. The neighbors were throwing a party and one of my friends was seriously harassed in front of everybody.

A combination of sadness, anger, frustration, and disgust is better than a cocktail like a Sex on the Beach. And now let’s talk about space a little bit.

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Why Should We Defy The Laws Of Gravity?

We all know humans tend to say failure is more important than success. And thus in the now famous equation Vy = PnG2 that will set us free, we can see gravity is to the power of 2. And this is where we should rethink our way of thinking. Is success normal?

There’s a song from Phil Collins mentioning the fact that you can be confused by taking things too hard. The heart makes no mistake. I do think the heart remembers the dominant idea like the Golden Age of Porn or a party where someone is being assassinated.

Why can’t we change the laws of gravity to make space travels less overwhelming? The Lord will help us or maybe the Earth.

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How Strange Is The Space Race?

Lately we heard the news that Israel failed to land a robot on some planet. Yet I’m using an Israeli company for showing notifications about the stats of my blog. It comes as no surprise that pressure can make you do stupid things. After all, why do we have to go to space? Isn’t it nice to have our hideout down here (our love shack)?

Maybe it took us so long to go to space because nobody went there. After all, if everyone is doing it, why shouldn’t we? Panurge (meaning “knave, rogue”) is one of the principal characters in Gargantua and Pantagruel, a series of five novels by François Rabelais. Especially important in the third and fourth books, he is an exceedingly crafty knave, libertine, and coward.

In French, a reference to Panurge occurs in the phrase mouton de Panurge, which describes an individual that will blindly follow others regardless of the consequences. This, after a story in which Panurge buys a sheep from the merchant Dindenault and then, as a revenge for being overcharged, throws the sheep into the sea. The rest of the sheep in the herd follow the first over the side of the boat, in spite of the best efforts of the shepherd.

Sometimes I wonder if Panurge couldn’t help us in the space race. But how exactly an exploration of a wonderful universe could become a mass suicide?