Keith Telfeyan

Stories of transcendence. Fiction, Essays, photography, video art

I stare at the sky. I stare at the brilliant blue, grey, black, white. Staring relaxes my mind, becomes meditation. I watch the clouds moving, birds flying, jet planes soaring through the vast firmament. The immensity of this field of vision puts everything in perspective. There is nothing beyond this world looking after us. This life is all we have, and it is magnificent.

I breathe. I see the little cells in my eyes dancing. It’s like a hallucination. I wonder about the nature of perception, about human limits, become more aware of my consciousness. I think of the interconnectedness of all things β€” how it must be like to fly, for instance. My blood courses through these veins but my experience is that of all things. Does a tree feel the wind blowing through it?

Creators

Keith Telfeyan

Writer, Video Artist
Articles

πŸ™Œ In Praise of Internet πŸ™Œ

I can’t believe I need to defend the internet! But the current zeitgeist is full of rants against addiction and raves about digital detoxes. Here, instead, is an unabashed plea for more connectivity. Because the internet is amazing!

Understanding Trump, and How Hillary Lost

Donald Trump didn’t exactly win the election so much as Hillary Clinton lost it. American expat Keith Telfeyan provides an explanation for the current American political narrative.

Stupid American Democracy

With flawed candidates and a confusing voting process, why can’t we just vote for specific issues on the internet? Keith Telfeyan takes a closer look at the problems of the election process in the US.