“Has no one ever considered that the idea of making a statement relates more to ‘looking good’, over ‘being good’? Has anyone ever considered that to cause destruction relates more to ‘looking good’, over ‘being good’? This is due to that the raising of something requires action, while the destruction of something requires the arrogance of it. Does a person, when they desire to lift another in its selfless act, ever do this for the boast, the ego, or for vanity?
Selfishness, in making statements, only ever relates to appearances, and not ever the raising of something for development’s sake.”– Modern Romanticism