A Two-Step Sequence to Problem Solving: From Delicate Heart to Resourceful Mind – Part One – Human Nature – First 25 Chapters – First Half – Unedited – 7/21/2021

Part One – Human Nature I To Define Order It is order that encompasses what does not, or should not, divide. A responsible person will understand order, since to divide oneself from it is forsaking what it means to earn freedom. To earn freedom is to be ordered of the self, then in comprehension that […]

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Philosophy Series – “Of Love” – Pt. 1 – 7/1/2021

“Love is the wind at one’s back, comparing it more to truth than a deception, by its inherent nature. It would guide through example, and would not force one to do for the self, when the self is not yet understood.” – Modern Romanticism Love is the origin. It defines the evolution of all species. […]

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Personal Post – “A Weight upon a Blogger’s Soul” – 6/28/2021

“Whoever saves one life, saves the entire world.” – Oskar Schindler Once in a time of my life, I rescued someone from the brink of their disaster. Maintaining consistent contact, I constantly worried. I unendingly concerned over their well-being. Hong Kong was finding itself in ruin, at a slow crawl to that point. Mainland China […]

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Philosophy – “Why Quality is not Subjective” – 5/19/2021

“The preference that relates to the numerous tastes, of differing individuals, is not at all a comparison to quality. If it is quality that compares not to the subjective opinion or personal preference, then quantity does.” – Modern Romanticism To judge the quality of an item, or even a person, is not to see what […]

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Philosophy – “How People Take Life for Granted” – 5/18/2021

“It is always through the recognition of what is vulnerable, for what can easily be stripped free from our awareness, that makes a person take nothing of its preciousness for granted.” – Modern Romanticism “Nothing in life is free,” as such is the clear saying from those who have lost, nearly lost, or have kept […]

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Philosophy – “Why Society is Never to Blame” – 4/12/2021

“The collective organization is only ever aware of its individualized imperfections. In denial, however, the idea of ‘change’ comes to the mind of one who stands for collectivism by whatever is altered. It is the denial of what should be trusted. Through collective change, individualized imperfection is ignored for the sake of a perfected group.” […]

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Philosophy – “Why Money does not Bring Happiness” – 4/4/2021

“Those who deceive themselves into believing that wealth can bring about happiness, are always those who do not have it.” – Modern Romanticism In comprehension of the two types of wealth, being that of the monetary sort and that of the heart, can allow us to recognize what indeed fills the void of absence. Among […]

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Short Prose – 250 Words – “It Depends what you See” – 2/14/2021

Everything. It depends on the eyes. What do you see, when you look at myself? What do the Autumn leaves comprehend of Autumn? What do the fallen understand of the beauty in that arrangement of colors? Fire is what leaves a trail of decay. Scattered debris, a teeming season of fossils, as you can indeed […]

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Blogger Quote – “As an Idealist, Myself…” – 2/10/2021

“Idealism hurts. Its pain comes through not being able to take the flow, in its gradual steadiness. Innovation is a desire to want more. And, yet, when love comes around, there is a reminder. A simple reminder. To know what is most important, to never forget, though that is almost an impossible task.” – Modern […]

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A Review – A Blogger’s Upcoming Projects – 1/18/2021

In the current works, there are 2 philosophy dissertations being written, with one that ranges upon 30,000 words. I possess over 1,500 poems written. I shall compile 20 volumes of 75 poems each. For the future, there are exactly 20 more philosophy manuscripts to write. As for novels, there are 7 WIP (work in progress) […]

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Philosophy – “The Rights of a Nation’s Citizens” – 1/10/2021

“Those people who firmly believe a nation’s leadership should protect its citizen’s rights, are the same fools who have handed them over.” – Modern Romanticism If life is seen as temporary, then it’s not the same as love being of eternity. This must mean that a person’s right to live, is indeed such, though a […]

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