Philosophy – “Why a Relationship is a Two-Way Street” – 8/12/2022

"Without mutual trust, there can only be mutual collapse." - Modern Romanticism No one can be called innocent, with any legitimate backing to its declaration, without misunderstanding one notion: no innocence exists, though what does are experiences yet to be turned to one's own knowledge. In a relationship, love shows itself to be an ideal.… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why a Relationship is a Two-Way Street” – 8/12/2022

Political Philosophy – “A Problem with a Voting System” – 8/5/2022

"Whenever change gets promoted, it has to do with a wish to see all systems redone. Whenever improvement gets promoted, boredom sinks itself into a voter's mind, because what a voter votes for will be for entertainment and amusement of getting what they want." - Modern Romanticism Change promotes chaos, or idealism. Improvement promotes order,… Continue reading Political Philosophy – “A Problem with a Voting System” – 8/5/2022

Quote – “The Difference Between a Politician and a Leader” – 8/4/2022

"A politician knows their books. To be a politician, one must be expected to hold experience. Experience with what? Well, all experience amounts to one thing only: deceptive handiwork. While we learn, we wish to learn more. A craving for something like knowledge becomes a trait for masochism, when satisfaction remains unreachable. Although, for leadership,… Continue reading Quote – “The Difference Between a Politician and a Leader” – 8/4/2022