Excerpt – “Why Prejudice is a Fear” – 8/27/2020

“The ignorance of a human, in contrast to knowledge, resonates in the fear in distance between people. To what one knows of another, makes knowledge. To what one does not know of another, makes ignorance. This much, is obvious. However, to be fearful, would also mean to be ignorant. It is the case of any […]

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Philosophy – “A Concept on Love, Fear, and Hatred” – 7/31/2020

“Fear is the solitude of a human, in their attempt to dig into themselves to find what they either loathe or can accept. Though, what person in their total solitude has accepted what they despise, be that a wound that must close?” – Modern Romanticism A person in love, feels everything. A person who feels […]

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Philosophy – “Why Racism is not an Act of Hate” – 7/24/2020

“When focus of fear occurs, it is knowledge that is gained of a broken people. Someone pulls the strings of fear, in the conquering of false competition and needless battle. Some puppeteer makes the dolls fight, in their trivial fights to be weakened.” – Modern Romanticism How often has a person been intimate with their […]

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Quote – “The Existence of an Eternity” – 7/20/2020

“Is there something more to fight for, than the love that fills the gap, fills the void? The void was not created because something is lost. The void has always been there. It is there because something is missing. Like the main ingredient in a dish, love is the main ingredient in life.” – Modern […]

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Quote – “A Thing about Fear” – 6/29/2020

“Does a person fear for themselves, or do they fear for someone else? Were a president or prime minister say about an immigrant that they must be kept outside the nation’s borders ‘for their own safety’, would that be hatred, or would that be fear? It would not be ‘racist’, because in this sense, it […]

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Quote – “How there is Ease to every Difficulty” – 6/1/2020

“In our current times, pain is seen as subjective, along with much else. It is seen in this fashion, only to divide ourselves into a competitive state, of believing one person’s pain deserves more attention than another. From the Socialist mindset, to ‘take care’ of the individual from a governmental standpoint, would mean to inject […]

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Philosophy – “Raising Awareness is the Same as Creating Fear” – 5/1/2020

Awareness is not an emotion, nor the essence of being careful or being wise. In fact, that goes against wisdom. One learns and gains wisdom, through hard lessons in life. One must experience the ordeal, before understanding if the ordeal was worth the trek. Yet, morons across the globe have devoted whole careers to “raising […]

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Poem – “How Hollow do you want to be?” – 3/22/2020

How far Does the world travel to To be at its end? Why does it seem That inhabitants Will trade away Things, to whisper lies As sweet as the embers that were once in our hearts? A smile is only as curved As the head that may twist around To see the stagnant shadow Yet […]

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A Quote of Wisdom – “The Past Relates to Fear” – 3/2/2020

“It is a common saying that when we focus on the past, we stop focusing on the future. To obsess over our past, is to obsess over fear, for even if what was in the past was pleasant, it is strange to everyone else. Even if it is not strange to the individual, it is […]

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Poem – “I Beg to be Differed” – 8/18/2019

I neglect truth, wherever it stands,Plead for difference, wherever it lands,And make myself whole, through indifference,I beg to be differed, in manhood and resplendence.For I am weak by your side,With eyes that drop to a fingerThat is your own,Gleaming with a ring. Wherever the world rotates,I am not there.Wherever kisses are offered,I am not shared,With […]

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Poem – “Cling upon Me” – Romance

Cling upon me,For your immediate comfort.You have wept with a shivering form,And eyes that obey all contention.A face that needs no bliss, as mineOr your own, for the coming deprivation. Disease me, your wounds of many fields.Kiss me, O woman of much gathered,Suffer not, when the world comes tumblingUpon our bosoms, so wide and heavy.We […]

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