Ever the Programmer Wanders

The Meaning of Life (Number 42 Aside)

Editor’s note: I’m well aware that there are at least 6 months of unwritten blog entries that are due and they shall, over the next few months, come to fruition. For now, however, these are the thoughts that must first be churned through The Instigator I wish to stress that the true meaning of life is to be discovered in the world rather than within man or his own psyche, […] being human always points, and is directed, to something, or someone, other than oneself—be it a meaning to fulfill or another human being to encounter.

Halfway There

Sitting here, I’m currently somewhere over the Atlantic. Depending on which timezone you prefer, it’s either 2am in the morning, 9pm the night before, or some other placement of one’s own choosing. I’ve been in the air for almost 8 hours, with another 4 to go, and that’s just leg one. Then again, I’m midway through the opportunity of a lifetime and nearly there to one of the top seven continents in world, so I suppose a single long travel day is more than worth it.

Machu Picchu and Friends

Note: Yeah, this is really late, and I’m about two months behind. Apologies. Colombia will come later (hopefully soon), but I wanted to post about Machu Picchu while it was still relatively fresh Umm… wow. Seriously. Just look at these pictures. I mean, I fell in love with the Colombian countryside, but the Peruvian Andes took it to a whole different level. The green. The mountains. The clouds. The lakes.