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“I love human beings.” – Friederich Nietzsche’s “Zarathustra”

“Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.” – Yoda

A Disclaimer

The author would like to warn people ahead of time that he doesn’t think linearly. The ideas presented on this site will rarely be in order or hierarchical. But, the beauty of blogging and information design is that it doesn’t need to be!

About the Author

Jayson Walls is a philosopher and Justice of the Peace in the state of New Hampshire. Born a “Maine-ah” and raised in Raymond, NH by two loving parents who let him find his own path, he has spent his philosophical career wrestling with the pitfalls of relativism, while driven by a desire to craft a paradigm that values freedom, dynamism, and love rather than hate. He now lives in Portsmouth, NH.

“My name is Jayson. I have a degree in philosophy and a Masters degree in business, and I live a simple life working for the University that granted them. I have an avid interest in economics. I’m not rich or poor, I’m not famous, and I don’t have any powerful friends.

I don’t have any special knowledge nor have I done any particular research beyond what I’ve learned through the things I’ve read on my own, or the discussions I’ve had with friends, family, colleagues, and strangers.

I hope that what what you find here is a useful tool.”

Frequent Questions

Why this Site?

Infinitespiral.net is continuous expression of a process of actualization. It has come to a point where I feel ready to share this process, and I would like to create a world in which the ideas presented are helpful.

Why “Infinite Spiral”?

This term is used to represent my appreciation for a cyclic view of the world that does not end or begin, but also does not repeat. It is a symbol for the endless process.

You are a NH Justice of the Peace – what services do you offer?

As a NH Justice of the Peace I am available for legal ceremonies and wanted a place to advertise that ability. According to NH RSA 455-A:3:

455-A:3 Powers. – Every justice of the peace shall have the power to administer oaths, perform marriage ceremonies, acknowledge instruments, and any other power prescribed by law. A justice of the peace signing an acknowledgment or jurat on any document or instrument shall type, print, or stamp the name of the justice of the peace and state the expiration date of his or her commission on the document or instrument. However, failure to meet these requirements shall not impair the legal validity of any acknowledgment or jurat.

You can read about my services as a JP here.

What are you preaching?

Nothing. I am an advocate of a philosophy that has metaphysical, spiritual, and ethical components. I choose a spirituality that matches my appreciation for a cyclic, process-oriented view of life.

Are you a priest of a religion?

No. However, I believe, egotistically or not, that what I have to say has meaning, at least to me. Friends and family come to me for advice, and I feel like I have a unique view of the world.

But you talk about ego death – doesn’t what you just said mean you’re full of yourself?

Ego death is just an experience. We can’t escape the ego all the time, nor should we wish to – it’s a tool like anything else.