Be God to Yourself Acoustic Funambulist #10 Epub ☆

Be God to Yourself Acoustic Funambulist #10 Jumping from one galaxy to the next the aerialist discovers the intricate relativeness of infinite realities and learns to rely on his imagination for a melodious stride In a desperate search for meaning the Acoustic Funambulist learns out of insight that life extends beyond life in this ninth episode Already available The hair of the comet Five minutes to Doomsday Perpetual emotion The Uneventful Galaxy The pragmatic hitchhiker Messy Christmas The Reincarnation Office Pole shifts


4 thoughts on “Be God to Yourself Acoustic Funambulist #10

  1. Mike Kleine Mike Kleine says:

    I don't think I've ever read anything uite like this before It's lite philosophy stuff The main character is named funambulist? or aerialist? I am not even sure I know what any of that means There's a ton of existential uestions asked in just a few pages It's short and I like it that way It reminds me of a time when writers would be hired to produce serialized works to be published read in magazines back when y'know magazines were the it thing I don't know that I could read 256 pages of something like this And wouldn't you know it? This is just one of several episodes But why do I like it?To me this felt like I was reading poetry even though the text is not trying to be poetry Essentially the story as I see it is about this skeletal looking creaturebeing traveling through the cosmos unearthing life's mysteries sometimes providing answers but most of the time not And I fucking love it There's something to this series that just makes me feel a certain way How it is all presented makes you want to ask uestions and think about what is happening on the page If anything this is not escapism or maybe it is a little bit I think the goal of this series is to make you feel better about yourself To feel like there is a purpose to your life and why you exist But it's strange because if this is in fact the message it is not presented in a manner that is overtly explicit And it's a shame because I really think people ought to be aware of this series And yes even the shitty 3D graphics that make up the title pages and covers I think is essential to the entire aesthetic of whatever this isI'm probably going to read a few of these And maybe write reviews Or maybe not I don't know I can't know But all I know right now is that I like what I've seenread


  2. Erica Erica says:

    In this episode the Funambulist is having a bad day The weather is bad and he can’t snap out of the mood he’s inI enjoyed this episode for its philosophical depth Within just a few pages the author describes and answers the uestion that has been plaguing philosophers for centuries What is the purpose of existence? Do I actually exist? These are the uestions our protagonist is debating and he comes to an interesting conclusionI was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review


  3. Mike Kleine Mike Kleine says:

    I don't think I've ever read anything uite like this before It's lite philosophy stuff The main character is named funambulist? or aerialist? I am not even sure I know what any of that means There's a ton of existential uestions asked in just a few pages It's short and I like it that way It reminds me of a time when writers would be hired to produce serialized works to be published read in magazines back when y'know magazine were the it thing I don't know that I could read 256 pages of something like this And wouldn't you know it? This is just one of several episodes But why do I like it?To me this felt like I was reading poetry even though the text is not trying to be poetry Essentially the story as I see it is about this skeletal looking creaturebeing traveling through the cosmos unearthing life's mysteries sometimes providing answers but most of the time not And I fucking love it There's something to this series that just makes me feel a certain way How it is all presented makes you want to ask uestions and think about what is happening on the page If anything this is not escapism or maybe it is a little bit I think the goal of this series is to make you feel better about yourself To feel like there is a purpose to your life and why you exist But it's strange because if this is in fact the message it is not presented in a manner that is overtly explicit And it's a shame because I really think people ought to be aware of this series And yes even the shitty 3D graphics that make up the title pages and covers I think is essential to the entire aesthetic of whatever this isI'm probably going to read a few of these And maybe write reviews Or maybe not I don't know I can't know But all I know right now is that I like what I've seenread


  4. Jean-Yves Crozier Jean-Yves Crozier says:

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