Grief: As her lover, how much did you love? Lover: To my own death, as nothing in life can measure the magnitude. Grief: As her lover, how much did you promise her? Lover: As much as I can be a fool, though never did I wish to replace what she never had? Grief: As her… Continue reading Dialogue – “Between Lover and Grief” – Exchange #1 – 10/11/2021
A: Oh, beloved. Was I always your only mistake? B: As just the very one who abandoned me, the only regret who has come to be both truest and most false. A: You regret so much, of so much abandonment, though I led you through your darkest trials. B: You led me, to then bring… Continue reading Romantic Dialogue – “How I Never Gave up” – 1/21/2021
A: How much to ever feel anger for? B: Nothing and everything. A: Do you love her? B: Like nothing could be loved. A: Do you trust her? B: Like everything could be trusted. A: Where does your anger originate? B: My love for her, though it may pass mountains as mostly fair clouds, there… Continue reading Dialogue – “How much to Love?” – Romance – 10/21/2020
A: How much do you love her? B: It's not a question of how much, but that I just do. A: Then, it's never a question of how much you would do for her? B: It's rather a question of how much she trusts me to do for her.
A: What have you used to cure your pain? B: Love. A: You used love? B: I found love. I found it, because it wasn't always available.
Q: You have mentioned that 'failure' is indeed what a person these days has said to be a wrong in even mentioning; that people these days have forgone even the mentioning of the word, and that this is also a wrong. Will you elaborate? A: "Failure" is a motive. To not mention the word makes… Continue reading Dialogue – “A Person’s Steering from Negativity as a Wrong” – 7/15/2019
Q: In what manner is love absent from the discontented person? A: The continual desire for change, creates the most related word to change, and that word is "discontent"; and the most related word to "discontent", is "hatred". That is because "hatred" when seen without negative expression upon it, is a word that defines "change".… Continue reading Dialogue – “The Rainbow of Discontent” – “To Debunk Pride…” – Pt. 1 – 6/29/2019
Q: How is it that a scientist cannot look anywhere but down? A: It is because history has a habit of burying secrets. A scientist, in the denial of God, refers to life as opposite from death, inevitably so; for it actually is that love is opposite from death. It is not reason, but love… Continue reading Dialogue – “The Scientist and the Poet/The Evidence of God #2” – 6/18/2019
Q: The fundamental difference between changing and improving is, as you describe it, changing to what is going to work, and to improve is to improve by adding layers. Is this correct? A: To change would mean to divide oneself between the working and the not working. And to improve oneself would mean to work… Continue reading The “Change vs. Improve” Scenario – The Concept between Changing and Improving
Q: As for what is anxiety; can you point it out? A: It links itself to the nervous system. Q: As for what is discrimination; can you you point it out? A: It links itself to the nervous system. Q: Both anxiety and discrimination link themselves to the nervous system. Can you explain in detail?… Continue reading A Critique on the Content of Fair Share – “Anxiety as the Universal Trait of Territory”