Quote – “In Order for a Person to be Inwardly Accepted…” – 12/18/2020

“For a person to be inwardly accepted, they must not place before or upon themselves an external barrier of hideousness, of one that will most certainly turn another away, in judgement. External barriers become the same as vandalizing one’s flesh, without the naturalism that will allow smooth passage through to the internal. If a person places up a guard, it becomes more about the challenge to tear that down or see past it, rather than the challenge of close connection within the internal.”

– Modern Romanticism

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