Devotion to Truth

Some of you who follow my Facebook posts lately may notice that I have not been posting my usual content. Aside from resharing an occasional Vegan or Pro-life post from a friend, I have given up on Facebook as a means for communicating anything important. Almost anything that actually matters will be censored or fact-checked until no truth is left.

I may not know much about this complicated world but this I do know. I value truth and this is not because I want hateful or false information shared, but because each person has their own opinion over which things are considered hateful or which things are true. The Golden Rule demands that I don’t censor others because I don’t like it when it is done to me. Trying to control which truth people see means that people may never know what is actually true. When you believe that the truth is on your side, you will not fear people saying the opposite.
There are also many times when I thought I knew what was true, yet I had only heard one side of the story. There are as many sides as there are life forms to observe them. Knowing the absolute truth is not easy because it’s complicated and is not handed down to you in one easy package.

For years I have called myself Pro-Life. This is still true. I am a Vegan for the animals as well as for humans and do not approve of any violence. But even this is second to truth. It is possible to kill someone and take their life. But there are those who devote their life to the truth, even at the cost of their life. These are the bearers of light which Honesty the Unicorn told me about. Many have died and yet there will always be more. For life has no beginning nor end nor does the truth. Once someone dies, they can no longer be threatened with the loss of their life nor can they be made to lie to save their life.

Many things have happened to me this past year and many things have I told and many will never be told on the internet both for reasons of censorship and also because most of you do not really know me enough to be trusted with the truth. But I ask that you seek the truth with all your heart, soul, strength, and mind. Those who seek the truth with a pure heart will find it.

May the light of truth shine upon your tears. And may the Horse be with you!

Princess White Rose

I totally only bought Saga Frontier because it has Princess White Rose in it. It doesn’t even matter if I finish the game because this screenshot was so worth it.

Those of you who have followed my blog probably can understand why. The white rose has so much symbolic meaning to me and became part of my name, Chastity White Rose.

May 2021 Update

I haven’t posted on this blog all that much lately but I have been continuing writing part 5 of the Chandler’s Honesty series. I have also learned a lot about ebook formats and publishing in this process. I recently worked on getting all 3 of my mom’s books published on Smashwords. I was required to created a linked table of contents for her poetry book.

Also, my unicorn story is part of an official series on Smashwords as well.

Our books have been published on Amazon already but lately I am learning about the different types of ebook formats. I recommend using Smashwords if you want to read on an electronic device and buying the paperbacks off Amazon if you want real books.

Also I took some new pictures of my face in the hopes of having a nice author photo for part 5 of my series.

I like both the pictures so much that I think either of them could be used. I feel really cute for some reason. I guess my mother was right all along but I didn’t believe her!

How Frozen and Frozen II's music codes Elsa as aroace

This just makes too much sense and explains why I relate to Elsa.


If you’re reading this essay, you’re probably already aware that manypeoplelikereadingElsaasqueer. But if you’re not, the basic gist is that while Elsa isn’t canonically queer, her character resonates with many queer people who can draw connections between her experiences of having ice powers in a kingdom of non-magical people, and their own experiences of being queer in a society of cishet people. (That’s a bit of a mouthful to explain, so people normally say that she’s coded as queer for short.) This is yet another essay about reading Elsa as queer, but I’m expanding on existing writing in two ways: first, I’m exploring the ways that Elsa is coded specifically as both aromantic and asexual, or aroace for short 12. Second, I’m focusing on how the music in particular 3 codes Elsa as aroace.

Part I: Frozen

Frozen Heart

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