Modern Romanticism

The aspect of romance, divided between the heartening and the thoughtful.

Words of Wisdom – “Age of Intuition” – 6/15/2019

June 15, 2019

“The ‘Age of Reason’ as it was dubbed in the 18th century was the beginner of dishonesty for the current day. Any man or woman who utilizes reason against intuition, has turned what should be a judgement into an analogy. The ‘judgement’ is the honesty. The ‘reason’ or the ‘question’ is the ‘dishonesty’ or ‘confusion’. The 18th century’s ‘Age of Reason’ brought about the rising of business and industry, though also brought about the downfall of human honesty. It is because a decision made instantly over something, would be deemed as insight, over what incessantly changes through reason, when it comes to long-term development. Intuition is, therefore, the blatancy that resonates with honesty and the human commitment, as one cannot ‘think about love’ anymore than such an emotion could be made academic, or anymore than one can say they only ‘partially love someone’. To love, or to be honest, must be an instant display of vocabulary, and never require a time to think about an answer to the question. For as it is among those seeking honesty, the questioner is always the ‘confused’ one, and is the one perhaps reasoning the question to themselves.”


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