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MYSTICISMS I

THE postulate of the self-preservative instincts we ascribe to every living being stands in remarkable contrast to the supposition that the whole life of instinct serves the one end of bringing about death.  The theoretic significance of the instincts of self-preservation, power and self-assertion, shrinks to nothing, seen in this light; they are part-instincts designed to secure the path do death peculiar to the organism and to ward off possibilities of return to the inorganic other than the immanent ones, but the enigmatic struggle of the organism to maintain itself in spite of all the world, a struggle that cannot be brought into connection with anything else, disappears.  
- Frued, Sigmund.  Beyond the Pleasure Principle.  Chapter V, p 36; C.J.M. Hubcap ,translation; (c) 2006, 1920



Space:

The Final Frontier
(2012-present)

Light in the Void, 2015


The Origin of Species (study), 2014

The Shadows of the Sun on the Landscape, 2015