I write fiction, poetry and occasional articles about interesting topics. I recently created a website (just because) which I will be posting my writing in (among other things). it would be great if you check it out. https://mindpit.co.uk/
Immortal's Tale Chapter 3
"Maxi ma boy! How's business?" Leonard Goldstein. His condescending tone always irritates me. He's 63 years of age, and my appearance is one of a 35 years old man so he finds it appropriate to call me "Maxi." In every one of my lives my body stops aging at 35 years.
Immortal's Tale Chapter 2: Superheroes
2020. Merely a number. It has no significance to me whatsoever. To humanity however, it is the number that signifies the current year. I have found that humans have a need for trophies; something to symbolise whichever meaningless achievement they attained, and the number of years they have lived is apparently one of those.
Centre of Life
It's been years since we last saw the sun. Humanity as a whole I mean, I personally have never laid my eyes upon the yellow star. I always hear from the older homeless population stories of the sun. How our solar system in its entirety revolves around that magnificent bright star, how all living things need it to survive, and how some even worshipped it as a deity.
A World With No Rules
Human beings have existed for a long time. We started as primitive creatures merely seeking survival over all other life forms and now, we reached heights in intelligence and technology that would seem strange and alien to people that lived in the 20th century let alone cave men.
Striving Toward the Answer
One way to describe humanity is by their imperfections. Some believe God to have created all that is in existence, and others believe the universe to have been created by chance. Either way, everyone now knows (through magnificent advances in technology) that humanity is not the centre of the universe.