Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Dragon’s Loyalty Award


Thank you LYMAN CHEN! my fellow blogger from ‘Martial Arts with LYMAN CHEN’, at

for nominating me for the dragon’s loyalty award. I’ve always loved dragons :)…

Here are the rules for this award:

  1. Accept award with thanks.
  2. Give your readers 5 facts about you.
  3. Nominate other bloggers and let them know.

Indeed I accept this award with thanks, just really have to mention it kind of reminds me of chain letters (but in a good way). Seems nobody knows who started it, copy pasting the rules and passing them on. There’s no link to any original site being passed on, declaring what exactly is this award about, though it goes without saying that it’s a good way for bloggers to express special appreciation of one another and let their readers know.

5 facts about me:

1. I’m lactose intolerant.

2. I love watching cooking shows, even though I’m not crazy for cooking. I’m good at it but I cook when I need to eat and not out of the pleasure of cooking…

3. I used to be a Trekkie, a ‘Star Trek’ fan. Actually I still am (forever I suppose), and a fan of science fiction in general. I watched almost every science fiction series there was: Star Trek the original series, Star Trek TNG, Babylon 5, Star Trek: Voyager, Stargate sg1, Stargate Atlantis, Deep Space 9, and more.  Of course the Star wars movies are cool too.

4. I visited and traveled to Toronto, Canada, and NY, USA.

5. I used to draw and paint as a child, but I don’t have the patience to do that any more. It doesn’t appeal to me because I don’t feel especially creative in that field. I can look at a person an draw his portrait quite well, I am a good at ‘copying’, but not very good at creating a world I would like to dive into just by looking at it – like for example when I’m looking at a lithograph work created by M.C.ESCHER who is one of my favorite artists. I also love the paintings of Sandro Botticelli.

I nominate Veehaunanifitzhugh ebook serial ‘A Poetess Progress’ at

for The Dragon’s Loyalty Award,

even though she hasn’t been posting for a long time. I loved her writing. Her writing is like an impressionist painting. It’s a kind of mysterious fairy tale for girls, written with a lot of talent, and it tells about dragons too!


Mind’s Horizon


Boundaries and limits;
We set them for ourselves,
Inherent to the way we define definitions

If there’s no measure there’s no size
If there’s no size there’s no limit,
And there’s no limit to my wonder,
And there’s no measure to the world’s wonders
But absolute freedom can never be
Within the limits of structure,
So does it mean choose chaos?

Did matter create structure?
Or was matter born out of it
Along with the four dimensions
And relativity,
Of time and speed

The abstract nothingness that holds no essence
And is beyond our grasp,
Was structured into human reason
By obscure metaphysical guidance

Are the four basic forces setting the boundaries?
Of our four dimensional void in all volume areas:
Maintained by constant struggles between attractions and repulsions –
An underlying restlessness
Beneath a seemingly stable geometry

Is gravity a force?
Or as Einstein described,
Just a consequence of the existence of matter:
It’s only when too much of it comes together
That it crushes under its own weight
And maybe crumbles all other dimensions
As if unfolding the space-time continuum
A unique singularity –
Is it a place of exit or escape?

Down to the smallest particles
In the world of quantum physics
There we find empty spaces are enormous,
And particles constantly spring in and out of existence,
Eluding our detection

Down to the smallest particles
We find uncertainty is statistical probability
And there sure is uncertainty!

We know Infinity includes worlds of infinity
And it seems inherent to relativity that
Things don’t exist separately,
Yet we keep searching
For smaller building blocks of matter
It’s the wood for the trees…
Goes to show
Indeed there’s no measure
To this recursion; our fractal reality
Must be a futile search for a pointless point
Or dimensionless
Zero divided back again into nothingness