Thoughts on moving to Tokyo, 1.

Postmodernity is said to be a culture of fragmentary sensations, eclectic nostalgia, disposable simulacra, and promiscuous superficiality, in which the traditionally valued qualities of depth, coherence, meaning, originality, and authenticity are evacuated or dissolved amid the random swirl of empty signals. - Jean Baudrillard   My first trip to Japan left me with a sense... Continue Reading →

Outsider

I listened to Lecrae Moore's biography, Unashamed. It was too easy to identify with the prologue of the book - that he felt like an outsider: someone that didn't fit in with any particular group. He wasn't part of the commercial hip-hop community, nor was he part of the Christian music industry. The feeling that... Continue Reading →

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