Disorganized Thoughts


Non-Fiction - Social Issues
23 Pages
Reviewed on 08/12/2020
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Author Biography

About the Author: Zeek

I have traveled the globe extensively, yet I feel as if I have been nowhere. I am full of love, yet at times I do not feel loved at all. It's possible I am really famous, yet I am still no one. It is said I am very wise, yet I still know nothing. I am a lifelong student of things that are intriguing and that really expand my mind to grow. I feel that the world is starting to wake up and I seek to wake up with it, while also being involve, because the key to waking up fully, would introduce a global unification of people that all seek to evolve the planet. We have been living under restrictions that have divided us, so we are unable to think in terms of uniting globally. We have learned and been told who to like, what to like and whatever or whomever is right or wrong or good or bad. Instead we need to working on the individual level of building these global connections, instead of relying on world and political leaders to do it. Individually we can reach out to one of another and make real spiritual connections, that will help create waves of new connections across the globe, working to create the same common goals.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite

In Disorganized Thoughts, author Zeek visits the inner being of his mind. His goal to record random thoughts and musings during the Covid-19 2020 global pandemic results in this engaging monologue. The random thoughts and jumbled fears reflect the uncertainty of the times as well as his questions of spiritual existence. Zeek discusses his thoughts on a myriad of topics: political reform, religion, weapons/military responsibilities, racist behavior, and government actions or lack thereof. The scribe reasons that “…I am writing this amid global pandemic, where elected leaders across the globe have to make some critical decisions if they’re lucky in a matter of hours that will have a rippling effect across the country they lead. And the crazy thing is, no matter what decision they make, it will not make 100% of the people happy.” Zeek’s words affirm the idea that nations focus far too much on negativity. Social media and reality television are built around controversy.

As Zeek compares our bodies to a vehicle existing with intent to create harm and enforce chaos, it is easy to slip either into that negative role or summon a regiment of hope. He questions an individual’s vehicular meaning. Are you an asset or a liability? The reader is forced to take a realistic and honest look into personal purpose. “Are you actually helping to unite the world/planet? Or are you really just pretending you are?” Careful to avoid offending the reader, Zeek insists that we are responsible for our own actions. The spontaneity of Disorganized Thoughts is evident in the raw, unedited remarks written by a man simply known as Zeek.

Debjeet Mukherjee

Disorganized Thoughts by Zeek is a non-fiction work on social issues that cover politics, religion, and random thoughts. This book contains some conversations which one would normally not discuss with most family members let alone strangers. The pages, therefore, contain an amalgamation of random thoughts on relevant topics. As we journey, you will see how disorganized Zeek’s mind is, yet there is a strange logic behind it. He touches on subjects that make you think more broadly, probe deeper into reality – questioning our origins, our existence, our behavior, and how we act in groups. Nothing in this book is a fact. This book is the thoughts inside of the mind of a person with tremendous anxiety. Anxiety from witnessing and experiencing current events, and from experiences in the past while navigating through life.

Zeek has written on topics that will appeal to free thinkers. You need an open mind to understand and accept random thoughts from different perspectives. The variety of discussions touched upon, amalgamated with various points of view, speaks of the versatility of the author. He has not shied away from offering probable solutions to common problems faced by most countries. The pace in the pages is irregular and random, which gives a new dimension while reading and comprehending the challenges faced by today’s society. Overall, I really liked the unique disorganized presentation of thoughts by the author which, if not today, will someday be surely understood by society, especially during such trying, changing times.

Vincent Dublado

In his introduction to Disorganized Thoughts, author Zeek has no idea how he came up with such a book title. He writes in the backdrop of an alarming pandemic while global leaders continue with their mandate and make critical decisions that are not guaranteed to satisfy the broad spectrum of their constituency. Writing in a burst of sudden ideas, a practice of creative flow without any self-filtering, this book delves into the author’s personal views on sensitive, contemporary topics creating tremendous impact in our lives. He picks his topic as they come to him and elaborates his opinions with the hopes of stirring you to agree or disagree and to throw in your ten cents. Gun ownership, cop treatment of people of color, and monotheistic religion are what mostly occupy his random thoughts in this book with no particular arrangement of chapters. It jumps according to the sudden flash of ideas that cross his mind.

Zeek loves listening to the thoughts that go into his head, and his thoughts are most likely to make some of us take notice and feel unpleasant. He is not exactly obsessed with his thoughts, and his mental idea generator helps us to navigate inside our own minds to ponder if he makes a point. Disorganized Thoughts feels like one of those days when you are mowing your lawn and a passing neighbor stops by for a little chat. We nod in agreement, ask probing questions, and throw in our say about a given matter. Welcome Zeek to your neighborhood.