Memwar

memwar - original, orchestral music by Babak Davodian

8 tracks of original, orchestral music based upon the author’s past life struggle with illness. Juxtaposed is the psychological backdrop of war while describing similar stages battling a personal war.

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Welcome

After a maelstrom, out of chaos, there comes a resolve…In this blog you will find posts and links to publications on my writings: with no pristine order and relatively unsystematic, less academic, perhaps even chaotic, here one discovers passion of thought, unbridled and strapping to share its perspectives from the apex. From this landscape, we see different views on social convention, man’s “spiritual” fallacies, and perceptive assumptions made in science and physics. What you get from me is more aphoristic style writing, quips, passages, and maxims in no particular order, wrestling amongst themselves; that ultimately, out of the chaos of established perfunctory truths, their resolve is a unique insight into things.

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Available now
is my first published book of my aphorisms:
From The Apex
Find it at Lulu, Amazon, iTunes, and for Nook,
in paperback and eBook formats.

Sample pages are available for previewing.

aphoristic book

Aphorism book by Babak Davodian


Too Much Time?

Not that one has too much time on their hands but only little else to hold.


Reason

How does one reason with those who have arrived to their conclusions by any other means than reason?


Fear of Criticism

When one fears criticism one remains trapped in the womb of ambition; never birthing genius or mediocrity.


Lies

A lie is creative. Truth is its vanquished cousin.


We awake…

We awake suddenly from a dream as failed inventors.


Hero

Tragedy is the hero’s teat.


When to give up

You dig to find treasure but never do. Now you are just digging a hole. 


The Aphorism

Aphorisms are the spirit to the flesh and bone of thought.


Conviction

Ships of conviction, afloat, anchored by belief. They never sail uncharted waters.


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