Earthgrinder's Journal

Earthgrinder's Journal


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The Saga of Earthgrinder

19:38 Jun 30 2024
Times Read: 58

In the saga of Earthgrinder, a significant event that stands out is the Eclipse Convergence. This was a rare celestial alignment where both the sun and moon were obscured, creating a moment of perfect balance between Earthgrinder's vampire and werewolf natures. During this event, Earthgrinder's powers reached their zenith, allowing them to tap into a deep well of ancient energy.

Here's what happened during the Eclipse Convergence:

As the skies darkened and the stars vanished, Earthgrinder felt a surge of power unlike any before. The land itself seemed to respond, with the winds howling and the earth trembling underfoot. It was the night of the Eclipse Convergence, a time prophesied by the ancients when the boundary between worlds grew thin.

Earthgrinder climbed to the peak of the highest mountain, where the energies were strongest. There, they performed the **Ritual of the Ancients**, a forgotten ceremony that would either grant them mastery over their dual nature or consume them utterly.

The ritual was perilous, demanding a balance of the ferocity of a werewolf and the cunning of a vampire. As Earthgrinder chanted the ancient verses, the powers of night and beast intertwined, weaving a tapestry of shadow and fang.

When the eclipse passed, Earthgrinder emerged transformed. No longer at war with themselves, they had become a being of harmony, a true hybrid of darkness and wildness. This newfound unity of purpose granted Earthgrinder a clarity of vision, revealing paths to ancient secrets and lost knowledge.

The Eclipse Convergence became a turning point for Earthgrinder, marking the beginning of a quest not just for power, but for understanding the true essence of their existence.

This event would be a pivotal moment in Earthgrinder's life, shaping their destiny and setting them on a path that could change the world forever. It's a tale of self-discovery, acceptance, and the search for a place in a world that often fears what it does not understand.




To generalize is to be an idiot. William Blake

17:52 Jun 29 2024
Times Read: 79

There are very few statements which are absolute. Things are not always black and white; in fact, most things are not black and white. Therefore, it is unwise to make generalizations, but every day there are examples of people who make absolute statements in our media. One of the statements often heard, especially in our schools today is that there is never any reason for violence; violence never solves anything.

The word never implies that it never happens. The people who make such statements usually don’t believe them themselves. Does anyone believe that violence has never solved anything? It certainly has served to save many lives. World War II is a perfect example. Yes, many lives were lost during World War II, but think about how many more lives would have been lost without a violent intervention.

Self-defense, many times involves violence, and I can assure you that there is a very good reason for violence when you are being attacked and your life is on the line. Furthermore, I doubt that these same people who state that there is never any reason for violence, would not fight back if they were being attacked and their life was being threatened.

Don’t make blanket statements. To anyone who is thinking rationally, generalizations demonstrate, at the very least, a lack of thought, and in the worst-case scenario, a lack of intelligence, neither which is fitting for a warrior. Think rationally and think before you speak. Generalizations are not the way of the warrior. Bohdi Sanders ~ excerpt from, BUSHIDO: The Way of the Warrior,




Throw me to the wolves, and I will return leading the pack or with a nice fur coat! Bohdi Sanders

16:41 Jun 09 2024
Times Read: 133

Throw me to the wolves, and I will return leading the pack or with a nice fur coat! Bohdi Sanders

When you have true inner peace, you are at peace no matter what happens in your life. Of course, there will be trying times and you most likely will fall from time to time. After all, we are only human and we still have to deal with human weaknesses, emotions, tiredness, exhaustion, the mind, etc.

We all have our weak spots, and when we get hit in those spots, it can knock us down to our knees for a while. The key is to not stay there. Re-compose yourself and regain your inner peace as soon as you can. But don't push too hard to regroup; give yourself time to mourn, time to heal, and time to gather your strength.

When you do snap back, you will be stronger than before. Life or other people may throw you to the wolves from time to time, but if you maintain your inner peace, you will return leading the pack or with a nice fur coat. Either way, you will win in the end. Bohdi Sanders



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