Modern Romanticism

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

Words of Wisdom – “A Human’s Loss of Humanity” – 7/15/2019

July 15, 2019

“When a person says they desire to ‘steer away from negativity’, these words are translated to, ‘I tend to steer away from life’. Consequences from the action. They are inevitable and bound to occur. Hand-holding is not an option. Responsibility is also an inevitable upholding. To ‘steer clear from negativity’ makes the person akin to the dead. Why is this? It is because a dead person is always praised, and never remembered for their failures. Even the most evil of men are studied for their thoughts, and their writings are studied; and because these men are long dead, they cannot ever be criticized. For criticism is there for the benefit of a life; and now that such a person is dead, their life obviously cannot be bettered in any way. This is to say that such people who ‘reject criticism’ are, in truth, rejecting the empathy of another person. From human to human, these people are rejecting humanity at its deepest level. They reject compassion from companionship, because criticism would be there to better one person who was offered it by their closest friend.”


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