Try as I might, I'm having a difficult time finding the continuity in this blog. Simply put, the thoughts are all over the map and don't follow any premise or logical thought. The 'title is materialism vs spiritualism', yet where do you connect the subject with your narrative?
Most people who desire things cause and leave emotional scares in there wake. Scars or scares?
However being caught in the emotion and sprit of things can be nagitive too. As such people tend to ignore the mundane. I care little for the mundane myself. ????????
Are you sure you have the right word here. The word mundane is usually defined as someone not belonging to a particular group, those people lacking imagination and subsequently are only concerned with the mundane, or common place aspects of everyday life.
Spiritualism espouses the idealogy that this life, this world does not express the totality of our existence. Possibly you're equating mundacity with spiritualism. A stretch at best.
So as I interpret it (correct me please if I'm wrong), you're not a mundane individual, therefore not concerned with the common place. Neither do you regard the pursuit of physical well being and possessing material goods as an important priority...materialism. And by pursuing materialistic goals you're ignoring the common aspects of life. I suspect you're reaching for some tie in to spiritualism. Is this the balance between materialism and spiritualism you're alluding to?
It makes little differance if I have this or that.
You're stating non sequitors in your narrative....meaning one thought does not follow another. Spelling aside, (materialism vs spiritualism) the blog has little substance other than the first and last sentence, which in my opinion, are the only two sentences that needed to be written and have very little to do with the two idealogies.