Welcome to MindOverMeta – a blog that’s about celebrating, contemplating and investigating life. If you like philosophy, psychology and anything in between (and/or beyond) – this place might interest you.


I’m Luke, and I use this space to pen down my thoughts on various issues or ideas. While it is my constant endeavor to ensure my writing is well cited and well referenced, please bear in mind that these are, at the end of the day, just opinions. It is my hope that these will act as some food for thought and discourse, and I welcome you to discuss your views in the page comments. Please do remember to be respectful to the author, other readers and yourself.


If you feel like you want to harm yourself, please take a moment and consider the following helplines:

  • Call the Samaritans (UK) 116 123
  • Call childlie if you’re under (UK) 19 0800 1111
  • Call BSRPCH (CN) 800-810-1117
  • Call Aasra (IN)  022-27546669
  • Call NSPH (US) 1-800-273-8255

In case of emergency, contact your local emergency helpline, usually 112 (EU/UK/IN/CA/US) or 911 (US).

More information can be found here:

Wikipedia – Country Wise List of Suicide Helplines
NHS – Information



Important Disclaimer: Please bear in mind that the information provided on this website is, by no means, exhaustive. It must NOT be taken as a substitute for medical advice or legal counsel. The authors and owners of this website take no responsibility for the accuracy of the information mentioned here, and it is completely up to the user to verify any information they receive from this website. Often, information can be interpreted differently by different people, so please make sure you do not accept information you find online, including on this website, at face value. If you need help regarding mental health, contact your doctor – it is very likely that they’ll help you find the information you need. If you need legal help – contact your lawyer.

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I go by the pen name Luke Will. I’m a student of life – and of psychology. My undergraduate education was in Philosophy, and I’m currently studying at a pretty awesome Russell Group university. My interest lies in human factors psychology and tech-human interaction, amongst other very random things. The mysteries of human life, existence and behavior never cease to fascinate me – I hope to share some of this curiosity with you.

My work experience includes working in care support for the mentally challenged, teaching students English and Psychology, working in HR – just to mention a few. Feel free to reach me:


Shout out to Johnny Isaac for the really awesome name for this blog.

And here’s a quote from a famous person, because why not:


“Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.”

– Søren Kierkegaard (Or so Google claims, anyway.)