Philosophy – “The Connection between Trust and Education” – 5/13/2021

“It is more the human effort to trust, than to love, being what makes us such fragile and imperfect creatures. To trust, and then, to be betrayed on it, forces us to learn from our mistakes, or otherwise repeat them.” – Modern Romanticism Same as history repeats itself, mistakes too. There are those who express […]

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Quote – “In Pain, a Person Learns” – 7/28/2020

“In the attempt to stop pain, a person learns. It is pain, caused. It is repair, created. It is structure, in the knowledge through what pain has damaged, that fortifies ourselves against the next blow. We are prepared for future endeavors, when we stabilize ourselves. However, in what we see around us, being of no […]

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Two Poisonous Words: “Accessible and Affordable” – 7/28/2020

Accessible: This translates to, “There is more enjoyment when things are obtained with ease, rather than with stress. We’re trying to limit your life, by limiting what strengthens you, being that stress. We don’t understand that reflection over pain, offers answers to shortcomings.” Affordable: This translates to, “We do not value the individual pocket, that […]

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Philosophy – “Love, the Epitome of Logic” – 6/12/2020

“How can we neglect love, when the seeking of knowledge causes the stain of ignorance, upon whatever was dissected, was destroyed? For it is only that love is neglected, or it is only that God can be turned away. It is because love, itself, is not something to ever neglect, on its own.” – Anonymous […]

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Dialogue – “A Flaw within the Workforce” – Philosophy – 2/7/2020

Q: You believe that personal experience is superior to a written credential, such a University degree, or by simply being well-read within the subject? A: I believe it to be true that one’s own credibility is meager, without personal experience within the subject chosen. Why should a person ever be allowed the title of “marriage […]

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