Being a foreigner, for whom English is the second language, a person of pagan faith, and a person with a mental illness diagnosis confirmed by four qualified professionals. I've written on the subjects of language, faith, and mental illness as well as inner demons, struggles, and strange experiences. Given all that, I honestly cannot relate to the necessity of writing something confusing and strange. I understand I might be wrong, but when I read stuff like that it just comes across as a desperate attempt to appear deep and interesting. I have to wonder whether the person who wrote it was just having a "stream of consciousness" kind of day or decided to have fun with the rest of us to see if we'll take his statements seriously. I have a similar reaction when people go to a museum and start interpreting abstract art. "Here, the artist wanted to emphasize the hopelessness of modern life." "This is the artist's expression of carnal joy and primitive desire." It's a square... with a squiggle in the middle. Do you know for sure it stands for hopelessness or carnal joy or do you pretty much not have a clue, like the rest of us, but are trying to pretend like you do because you are so much deeper?