Welcome to the blog of iPerceptive, where I,
Daniel Seeker, share my thoughts and contemplations
with whomever wishes to partake!

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In the Abode of my Beloved

In a sweet abode beneath the surface, of all illusions, There lies my beloved My beloved, oh such pleasure, the words so easy to utter A melody of infinite beauty lies there in the remembrance What great wonder to be here in the embrace of the immaculate light She...

This World is a World of Forgetting

This world is a world of forgetting. We thrive on forgetfulness; it is the stuff of life. We play out the play that has been foreordained by the beloved. For she loves to hide and to seek after herself. A longing for the first kiss that seeps its essence into the...

The Princess Who Entered Nirvana

There once was a princess who was dying of thirst... a Thirst for the greatest love imaginable. She was the fairest princess and her heart was the driest of all the hearts in the human kingdoms of the world. Every prince that came to offer his hand she denied, for she...

3 Wisdom Stories on Knowing Yourself

The Ghost who was Afraid There was once a ghost that had the wondrously peculiar ability to scare itself… This was indeed a most special ghost, because ghosts in general have the sole purpose of imposing fear unto all that are non-ghost entities. This special ghost...

Mysticism, Creativity and the Power of Symbols

The goal of the mystical journey is to arrive at ones own timeless existential palace. It begins as an inward journey but later blooms into an all-directional & dimensional adventure into the heart of existence. The seeker of truth is one who strives after unity with...

9 Inspirational Quotes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Born: February 27, 1807 Died: March 24, 1882 enry Wadsworth Longfellow was an American poet and educator. He was quite popular during his time and is greatly esteemed to this day. Here below are some great quotes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow...

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