My Sōtēria

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A wanderer seeking his Whale; an idolator of being learning to become (and vice versa), scribbling letters of sublimated paper stabbings
Created 11 Feb 2021
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  • Afternotes III: The Lonely Crowd Within
    05 Jul 2021 • 19 min read • 3 0
    Hi, I'm Thomas, and this is Soteria, a newsletter where I write about bouncing back from adversity—or even the doldrums of mediocrity—to resign oneself to redemption. If someone forwarded you this ema...
  • Afternotes: Jung Again
    10 Jun 2021 • 8 min read
    Hi, I'm Thomas, and this is Soteria, a newsletter where I write about bouncing back from adversity—or even the doldrums of mediocrity—to resign oneself to redemption. If someone forwarded you this ema...
  • Grain of Sand, Meet Infinity
    27 May 2021 • 13 min read • 3 0
    Hi, I'm Thomas, and this is Soteria, a newsletter where I write about bouncing back from adversity—or even the doldrums of mediocrity—to resign oneself to redemption. If someone forwarded you this ema...
  • Afternotes: Listening in a Different Way
    28 Apr 2021 • 4 min read • 1 0
    Hi, I'm Thomas, and this is Soterion, a newsletter where I write about bouncing back from adversity - or even the doldrums of mediocrity, to become a person resigned to growth. And this is an Afternot...
  • On the Heights of Rock Bottom
    28 Mar 2021 • 11 min read • 1 0
    Hi, I'm Thomas, and this is Soteria, a newsletter where I write about bouncing back from adversity—or even the doldrums of mediocrity—to resign oneself to redemption. If someone forwarded you this ema...
  • Afternotes: the Undefinable Defined (sort of)
    09 Mar 2021 • 5 min read
    [afternotes is a post-letter discussion piece clarifying and extending the last feature article, but in more of a quick-hits fashion] What the hell is the numinous? Of all the shortcomings of the last...
  • II. Psychedelics and the Gift of Subjectivity
    06 Mar 2021 • 22 min read • 1 0
    Hi, I'm Thomas, and this is Soteria, a newsletter where I write about bouncing back from adversity—or even the doldrums of mediocrity—to resign oneself to redemption. If someone forwarded you this ema...
  • I. Redemption Song
    13 Feb 2021 • 7 min read
    Credit: Jack Baumgartner “O Lord, please take my life from me, for it is better for me to die than to live.” Does it make sense for someone for whom this phrase of Jonah’s was a constant refrain for y...
  • A Beginning
    11 Feb 2021 • 2 min read
    After being released from prison in 2005, I went through a series of changes that shifted what it felt like to be. This is a simple inquiry all these years later into what happened and why, and an exp...
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