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“Ever-newer waters flow on those who step into the same rivers,” observed Heraclitus, a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher born within the former First Persian Empire.

Herein lies the purpose for living with purpose, for it is within the refusal of letting our form be broken down by the persistent rivers of time that we embrace immortality though our bodies will inevitably perish.

The waters will forever continue to engulf us as we animate the cycle of death and rebirth, building upon ourselves in the name of strength and enlightenment.

It is during the act of training that our gods smile upon…


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It is within the city that the decay smells the strongest, and in the age of the Kali Yuga, it is the catacombs of the living.

Drug merchants are masquerading as food vendors peddling their supply on the overworked slaves to the “Empire of Nothing,” as Jack Donovan puts it, while corporations shell out millions of dollars for marketing that is meticulously crafted to exploit innate psychological impulses, resulting in dystopian and Kafkaesque psychological warfare. Meanwhile, the city-slaves are far too busy attempting to maintain some sort of autonomy in a last-ditch effort of self-preservation to realize the irony as…

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