A few years ago, I was at a friends' coffee shop in Paris. It's called Radiodays in the 10th district, and make sure to pass by if you have time. The point of this post is simple. I was reading the newspaper and stumbled upon that sentence: "livid with conviction." It makes me think of … Continue reading Is Conviction What Makes Great Musicians?
Lately, I thought that music could seriously be a competitor to Freud. That's because I think Freud had some excellent observations about the human psyche. The Oedipus complex and transference are some important concepts to toy with. As a musician, I only trust the music. Of course, there are some ups and downs, but I … Continue reading Psychosexual Stages of Development According To Music.
Readers of that blog know I'm fighting a bad disease. Cancer or autoimmune disorder or maybe aids, one thing is sure though: I forgot my crime. 38 years is a long time, and look at me: I used to be free. So while I'm contemplating death or maybe suicide, I was looking for reasons to … Continue reading Who Wants To Live Forever?
Based on a song from Radiohead, I think a just solution is a relaxing one for every trouble we have. For example, at the moment, I have a problem with women. I had a horrible experience with one girl and ended up almost ruined and almost alone. The solution someone proposed to me was to … Continue reading What Do You Mean A Just Solution?
Today I was skimming through a collection of texts about machines. It's incredible how machines eased the burden of some tedious task. They are much more accurate than humans, and they're not tired of doing the same task all day and all night. Truth is machines can sometimes make mistakes, but only if the program … Continue reading What’s Left Of Humanity Without Vulnerability?