Modern Romanticism

The aspect of romance, divided between the heartening and the thoughtful.

Words of Wisdom – “The Rising Heat of Lust” – Philosophy on Religion – 10/9/2019

October 9, 2019

“Love is an eternity that a man denies. A man denies what perhaps God has founded to be a mistake, when even He could not see that His own creations would mirror the same mistakes. We call such unplanned creations of an infant, a ‘mistake’ perhaps for a reason, that we were acting out of lust to burn away a moment that would not last.

In the name of concealing truth, God would be concealed by Man, and next say that God does not exist. God concealed Man and Woman, through clothing, upon the Garden of Eden, when fault struck Mankind. Mankind, as a dose of vengeance, conceals God in the wake of realization, and that is the realization of the creation of more fault. Lust rises upwards like the heat from Hell, making itself a reality and easily seen, to make ‘mistake’ after ‘mistake’.

The only reason why Man denies God, is due to every bit of knowledge towards good and evil comes as a shock for him, comes as a tragedy of loss, comes as a creation gone missing; and, in this, Man denies God because love is not a good reason for neither Man nor God to exist. Man must therefore struggle to want love. To want no breaths in the captivation of that love.”


Words of Wisdom – “A Nation’s Desire for Quickness” – 8/18/2019

August 18, 2019

“A nation’s obsession with mass production has first utilized the woman’s womb for the mass production of workers. In turning her into a worker, she is less of a housewife. In being less of a housewife, the woman is more eager. In being more eager, she produces more, and cares less for the child. This creates the definition of mass production, and that is, the created product is never seen to have been built to last. It is soon cast off to a heap, whenever it has been expelled of all use. Everything built, when mass produced, is not designed to surpass the test of time. In the past, humanity focused on the millennium, until we focused on the century. As progress furthered, we soon focused on the decade, until we began to say, ‘We should take everything day for day’.”