Quote – “The Impossibility of Inherent Evil” – Pt. 2 – 9/5/2020

“Were a scientist to attempt to numb human pain, they’d only succeed in burying their humanity alive, not ever dead. Were that same scientist to attempt to replace all their human flesh with metal, they’d still require a human component to maintain functionality. Otherwise, they’d lose themselves. It is the same with understanding that a person cannot be born evil, cannot be born twisted of ideology. We are born with biology, with sameness to flesh and bone.

The more humans think, the more we believe we can change, can transform. Though, such change never completely exits outside the realm of being human, being flawed of that same flesh and bone.”

– Modern Romanticism

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