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Aspirations

G. Stolyarov II

Issue IV- September 11, 2002

 

 
I do not wish to be a human being
But rather to become a human thinking,
For that is what shall forge a human seeing
The truths around him without blinking.

I do not wish to be a human guessing
But rather to become a human knowing
And use this knowledge for my own progressing
And acts of good to be on man bestowing.

I do not wish to be an idle creature,
But rather to become a human working,
Contribute to mankindís creative feature,
And beat back apathy that is around us lurking.

I do not wish to be a human hurting
But rather to become a human mending.
I wish to end societyís perverting
Of truths that Iím committed to defending.

I do not wish to be a human lacking
But rather to become a human wanting,
One who will barriers of evil be attacking
And who will be his worthy merits flaunting.

I do not wish to be a human dying
But rather to remain a human living
To keep on thinking, keep on trying
Through work an order to mankind be giving.


G. Stolyarov II is a science fiction novelist, independent filosofical essayist, poet, amateur mathematician, composer, contributor to Enter Stage Right, Le Quebecois Libre, and the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Senior Writer for The Liberal Institute, and Editor-in-Chief of The Rational Argumentator, a magazine championing the principles of reason, rights, and progress. His newest science fiction novel is Eden against the Colossus. His latest non-fiction treatise is A Rational Cosmology. Mr. Stolyarov can be contacted at gennadystolyarovii@yahoo.com.

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Read Mr. Stolyarov's new comprehensive treatise, A Rational Cosmology, explicating such terms as the universe, matter, space, time, sound, light, life, consciousness, and volition, at http://www.geocities.com/rational_argumentator/rc.html.

 

 

 

 

 

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