Philosophy – “How Relationships become Punished” – 12/14/2021

“Idealization is to love, our talent, that is never as real as our skills, our capabilities, the realism that is for a relationship. As we state a person is perfect for us, such is to love. Then, we should never state a person is perfect, since that is the same expressed for their capabilities.”

– Modern Romanticism

Is a person perfect for us? If so, then that is love.

Is a person perfect? If we believe so, then our perception became delusion, as we forgot what defines human limitation being the strains that capability places upon the self.

In love, a person is perfect for us. However, to believe a person should be perfect is being without consideration for themselves, as a human. Human capability displays a limit, composed of endurance and durability to flesh and mental burden. When we describe perfection, it should be only to love, not to the person. We love the person, though in that love we are meant to understand what is hurting them the same as it harms us. Since that is the case, then we cannot ever see perfection in themselves, the human. If we ever do, then we disregard what hurts the human, as we can become psychopathic without such empathy.

A disregard for another person’s hurt, in mere preference for the consideration of our own, is psychopathy. No singular human being can heal their hurt, on their own. Lone suffering brings further suffering. It is understood in the case of building or revealing character. Strong or weak character is revealed during a period of crisis. Although, character is built when crisis has reached its end, thus allowing a person to develop reinforcements for the next period of strain upon human capability.

If in crisis, humans will depend upon the self’s own or another’s capability. Although, to believe perfection is meant for that will be the undoing of all contribution, as only the crisis ever remains. Weakness is to the one who flees from crisis, wishing to build the self, though displays the same incompetence when handling a matter that would require another’s contribution. Human capability is centered around realism, since all relationships and connections cannot be reinforced without understanding of our imperfections. If to believe a person is perfect, then it’s to again repeat we disregard those flaws. In that disregard, no relationship grows stronger in the needed reinforcement that would bring about development. Love is then the place of knowing how such a connection first formed, though the comprehension that this relationship is composed of humans is also to know that it cannot be perfect nor free from conflict.

By itself, love is perfect. Though, no human is perfect. Believing in the self or placing trust or faith in another is to human capability. One trusts in who one loves, since this connection cannot be without flaws that would require imperfect human capability. Forgiveness will be for the mistake a person makes, especially upon those that are caused within the connection. If one cannot forgive, then there cannot be acknowledgement that another human is as liable to cause failure as the self. If there is no forgiveness, there will be arrogance, within the statement that the self would never have committed such a fault.

Relationships are composed of humans. Recognition and also acknowledgement of human imperfection is necessary to understand the course of development. Without this recognition and acknowledgement, there will be those who flee from crisis in ignorance to how development is formed within the connection. One must forgive, after there has been this recognition and acknowledgement. In doing so, there is understanding for how strength is formed. Without this, there cannot be the gain of knowledge while mistakes are repeated.

Philosophy – “Why People do not Expect Forgiveness” – 8/21/2021

“The cycle of vengeance goes as such: playing catch with a ball that is hurled to the other, in the full expectation that it will be thrown back. Without smiles nor the friendly chatter, the tosses back and forth break the bones and burst the vessels of the other’s soul. Neither are stronger than the other, as they are equally weakened. Neither is better than the other, and then no better to the other.”

– Modern Romanticism

Forgiveness is the superior weapon to vengeance, though not an instrument that proceeds on ongoing “progressive” nature that ends up in depletion. Whatever is limited of a human, machine, or generation will define this regression or downwards spiral, to being nothing better because nothing will be better than another thing nor better to another thing.

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Philosophy – “The Effect of Words” – 2/17/2021

“A simple reminder to what we already realize of ourselves, are the effects of words. All what we ignore, is what words remind. All that we run from, are those memories that can be captured back through words.”

– Modern Romanticism

Here be a world that places more predicament on words, than actions. Though, in such a world, do people consider the definition of “proof”?

Not to words, though to actions, is where proof is aligned. And, it is to words that remind us of those actions. It is then, that words show no proof for the guilt of a person. Out of evidence, we can say that a person committed crime. This would prove guilt. Though, if admittance, born from words, is the outcome, then there is a different form of guilt.

Humans remind themselves, of acts, through memories. Humans remind themselves, when the guilt become too far weighted on their shoulders, to ever be countered with equal to greater strength.

Though, it is not of proof that even through admittance, a person is then held accountable. For to many who witness the words of admittance, would not be believable. This is where the importance of evidence becomes aligned, to retell the tale of the action.

Words do not prove. They can, however, deceive many into believing otherwise. Actions would always suffice for proof’s sake, to hold forth the evidence, to say it is a “piece of what happened”. How then, can words be the fault of any person, if they do not prove anything? Words, themselves, do not give over the tale. Only to the person, themselves, can they be reminded, through personal guilt, of what transpired of their actions. We do not doubt anything of this world, of ourselves, except for what we must do, in the necessity to atone for such actions. This atonement is simply in the necessity to replace self-punishment with something far more merciful.

It is to say again that whoever believes a word is the fault of a person, will never possess proof for crime. Words, themselves, cannot replace evidence, anymore in the same sense that cruel actions will be bettered by heightened intelligence of the individual. For if we believe that words can indeed replace evidence, then we will continue crime. This is due to a mindset that would surge, through the negligence of intelligence, that through its awareness, can better future actions. More awareness for the individual would indeed replace any committed wrongs. That replacement is the atonement, of replacing punishment with forgiveness.

A memory is still embedded in a person’s conscious awareness, to what only they had seen, with their eyes. This is to say that we cannot force a person into a state of personal guilt. They must see that, themselves. They must see within themselves, to listen to the echoes that many a Psychiatrist would say are merely “auditory hallucinations”. It takes much courage, to not run, anymore.

Any person’s necessity to be responsible for their crime, is wholly personal. It is completely personal, by how this is not a display of loving the self, though by a person trusting themselves. In the act of self-trust, a person no longer doubts they can become better. And, through greater awareness of the future, a person betters their outcomes, through the responsibility of placing control upon their decisions.

Book Concept: “Why Evil goes to Heaven” – On Forgiveness – 12/5/2020

“Did Christ die in vain, for only the smaller, less threatening, sins we can individualize and segregate from the greater horrors, on Earth? Surely, what with the crimson streams tainting the man’s flesh, upon the cross and dying, love is not to be symbolized as limited in its depth of forgiveness.”

– Modern Romanticism

We each possess an arrogance. The one that states we may control the outcome, of an individual. We act as miniature gods, to dictate the right from the wrong, of any person. We decide punishment, because forgiveness is never a choice. To do right upon another, would make humanity pure among all people. Yet, we’d lack the freedoms we “desire”. For we could only ever “desire” freedom, because it pertains to choice. And, because freedom pertains or relates to choice, it would make all objectively correct actions not belonging to choice.

How does freedom pertain to choice? Through punishment. How does restrain and confinement pertain to no choice? Through forgiveness. The individual who has done objective wrong, is one who forgives those around them, forgives the world, forgives society.

Out of choice, comes a desire, and only ever a lust, for freedom. Out of no choice, comes the right things to do, though at the causation of tyranny.

For Christ, forgiveness was of no choice, to him. For freedom’s sake, he’d turn to what only he’d want. Therefore, it was not to freedom’s sake, and so, he took the punishment upon himself. For all people will turn punishment to themselves, upon when they forgive all who wronged them.

We can become creative, when ascertaining the “possibilities” for punishment. Our creativity borders on the choices a person makes, when relating to their own freedom. This makes the Judge in a courtroom possess the need to punish the criminal, so that freedom is to both that Judge and the rest of society. Though, continuous judgements, continuous punishments, results in a world without correction.

Philosophy – “To Define Imperfection” – 11/8/2020

“Forgiveness cannot perceive fault, making all that possesses error go unsegregated from the perfected.”

– Modern Romanticism

Forgiveness perceives nothing of imperfection, that it might always be aligned with the perfect. A perfected thing, is always in the awareness of love. Love, to its essence, is always for the imperfect to become its very opposite. Perfection is the forgiveness of imperfection, born out of love.

Though, to what we are limited in trusting, makes us nullified in forgiving what we fear. We fear, of things that cannot be trusted, making forgiveness an impossibility out of foreseeable betrayal. The human instinct to forgive is indeed limitless, due to that it is the one necessity for another being to continue their lives. To perceive the monster as such, stalls just a small portion of humanity, being of that person viewed as their beastly selves. For to not ever forgive, in seeing beyond imperfection, is merely to be ignorant of a story to what created this monster. Forgiveness makes the ascension of a human, to a point of development where they can speak of freedom, almost involuntarily.

Imperfection of what is distrusted, might one day be forgiven, if a person can remember a day when they were good. What should define “good” in this world, is the time before stagnation of development, had shadowed any intent to forgive such imperfection. It is upon imperfection, where forgiveness is laid, making what is good in the world becomes a uplifting of a person’s devolution. Their degrading selves, when forgiven, becomes ascended.

For to define “imperfection” makes it opposite from forgiveness. How can we forgive, to make perfect, the imperfection that still betrays us? If to say God is perfect, then upon the imperfection, He forgives to ascend into Heaven. This is said, as it is true human are able to do the same. For development is only ever possible, for the individual, when stagnation is no longer makes a person blind to a better outcome. Love forgives, as it always does. It is due to that love remembers, though holds a difference from trust. We are not trusted, when we remain imperfect, not ever holding faith in those who still remember us, as good.

To those who may see us imperfect, as monstrous, are for us to hold faith in them, that their love may recall a memory of our good selves. To that memory, we are forgiven, due to that we are comprehended to not have been born such a way. We understand a story that did not, by itself, cause corruption of the soul until a certain path was taken.

It is again to say that forgiveness perceives nothing of imperfection, to then recall the memory that makes a person perfect. For it is perfection that forgiveness perceives, beyond imperfection, making what has been recalled as merely the singular ingredient enough to purify.

Philosophy – Rewrite – “A Fine Line for Justice” – Chapter II – 8/27/2020

Chapter Two

“The Danger of Blurring Lines”

A common human way with our Nature is to believe one should have a choice in any matter, for freedom’s sake. To possess a falsified sense of freedom means to have the reasoning in escaping from the task of being responsible. To be responsible, means to be logical. To hold reason in one’s grasp for a weapon against responsibility, means to invent excuses for why one should not ever be such. It is then to say to have a choice in reference to responsibility, means to always steer in the direction away from it. A person of choice, wants paths. They do not wish to be led down a path, without their choice.

Another common human way with our Nature is to say that what one can choose, cannot be controlled by another. It is this that states a person has freedom of choice. Though, within responsibility, there is no freedom. Among a nation, to throw “responsibility” upon the shoulders of a citizen, force them against their will to do as the nation says, causes rebellion. To force a collective group to think, to behave, to motion on a certain path, defines slavery. Among the individual, however, should they rebel against their own personal responsibility, their immaturity has compelled them to want a choice away from Justice.

For the self, a person has a choice, or a personal endeavor to see a random change to themselves. Among the individual, a person is choosing their path for their life. Among the collective of individuals that makes up a nation or any population, there is only slavery being made of each of them, should such a nation desire control over all. To take away freedom, means to do so by force. Forced unity is a resemblance to slavery, when that system rejects the individual’s motives to earn it. A nation does not gift a person their freedom. For all true freedom, is earned, making the slave only such when they belong in a collection of their same kind. A person can indeed make themselves the slave, should they neglect the idea of earning freedom, and continue to believe it as a gift.

Between Justice and Vengeance, a human who truly fights for the former, does not take to human desire. Desire embraces a path for the self, stepping on the side of Vengeance, over Justice. Justice takes a path for others, stepping into a realm where sacrifice, honor, and selflessness takes place. A person offers wisdom, keeps structure, and above all, forgives enemies, upon when they know that retaliation will cause a war. To feel anger, means to want retaliation. It then becomes a feud, of opposite contrasts, where no closeness is found.

Without a strict focus on the objective definition of Justice, there is only the distance of prejudice that sparks the paranoia of a person’s next vengeful action. For within one action of Vengeance, comes the next. After the next, comes the third action, causing the cycle that repeats, incessantly. Nothing quits this cycle, until forgiveness takes place. There is always fear in it, because fear equates to the distance of lacking forgiveness. Forgiveness involves foresight into knowing that the future will only involve further bloodshed, if such a forgiving behavior is never implemented.

Any human’s first instinct is to be selfish, to feed themselves, to clothe themselves, during a time of survival. It is because of this, that when lines are blurred, Justice is never discovered. For who buries a corpse that had fallen, from being alive, without another’s hands to do it? Who is the Vengeful sort to do this, when they only aim to beat the dead body? Forgiveness has only one objective: to forgive the past, of all experiences during when that corpse was alive. It can be said of the same for anyone, that when selfishness become selflessness, we bury, we forgive, though cannot forget, what had fallen. As any burial, it is a selfless act, like forgiveness. If one were to forget, one would not be able to forgive a haunting memory. It’d never be an ability of a person.

As it is, if to forget was possible, and never forgiveness, then no human would possess a mind stored with the memories of the past. Each fragment of knowledge is a memory, kept in mind from being taken either from a book, or from word-of-mouth. It makes the lacking of fear of any individual, when forgiveness and compassion can be the things offered towards memories that haunt. We know, through memory. Therefore, we can know, through forgiveness, when we understand that what haunts another is at the same level of torment as what haunts us. When humans comprehend that they’re both in fear, both vulnerable, then love can take place, by knowing that not one is stronger than the other.

The ignorance of a human, in contrast to knowledge, resonates in the fear within the 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 murderer who kills their victim, without compassion, through such ignorance and fear. If they had not been knowledgeable, then they had been ignorant. Their fear enters the picture by way of not stretching outside the realm of selfish discontent of the world, being the murderer’s mindset, to be compassionate. For if the murderer were compassionate, were brave, and not fearful, enough to step outside what has shut them inside their mind, they’d discover knowledge.

It is to be Xenophobic, that the fear a person feels, is only because they do not have the slightest interest in knowing someone. For in being too comfortable with what they already know, they are fearful in knowing more.

For why else would a person not wish to know another, if they did not fear what they possibly could hear of them? It is the greatest pang of fear by a human, to hear something from a source one does not like, and be shocked by its truth. As it is, all truth comes from sources where the fearful one does not wish to acknowledge can be the onset to a unity outside of such fear. If they were to see another, know another, being one other individual, they’d form a bond. That is a fear that comfortable humans do not wish to face.

To be vengeful, or to cling to the side of Vengeance, is unlike fear. One knows, through the personal desire to be vengeful, that the one such Vengeance will be directed upon, has committed an act of betrayal. It is knowledge that acts as the motive for Vengeance, not ignorance. Though, to what the vengeful person is ignorant of, is something that will not birth the forgiveness needed to halt such a cycle of Vengeance. That is the further knowledge needed to complete the tale, bring about the death, and the life is laid to rest. It is the same when one forgives to break a cycle of Vengeance, that one can forgive what can no longer be destroyed, being a corpse or ended life.

A person’s task to be responsible would then mean to be the one who forgives, and breaks the cycle of irresponsibility and Vengeance. It is in the knowledge of who we have forgiven, that we can lay to rest whatever has been strained by hurt, for however long was the time.

In the manner of personal desire, a person does not act responsible. To blur the line between responsibility and irresponsibility, or logic and reason, or Justice and Vengeance, means to, again, fall on the area that is most suited to human instinct. Selfishness is a part of human instinct. Since it is, one should never compare love to the instincts of a human.

When it is about protection, however, of a loved one, that is instinct. It is only due to that love objectively makes the pair unified. They are one, meaning that by one of the two loved ones to protect the other, they are protecting themselves.

All choice, therefore, is not based on the coming death or the coming love. In death, there is no choice, but to understand that it will come. In truth, death is more predictable than love. For what we control, is always our own lives. We are compelled to understand ourselves, as we pull who we love always for a union of singularity. Though, when trust becomes a factor, it is love that becomes limited, only when one now begins to fear something they never wish to involve in their lives.

Quote – “In Love, a Person Communicates, Understands, and Forgives” – 7/28/2020

“A human is so much a human, when they will be willing to punish. How else is God described, besides the one who forgives the sinner?

A human, a punisher, and it is only because they have a form to feel pleasure through, that they will do this. A human craves. And, in what they crave, they punish another to deal pain, learning another’s weakness.

Though, through love, a person can communicate to understand, and in that understanding, a person learns to forgive. Learn the tale, before the judgement to punish, and one can judge a person’s truest fault, being their humanity. In this, they will comprehend themselves the same as another.

They will break themselves like not waves against the shore, though against each other. They now know each other’s storm, and they can connect in the calm.”

– Modern Romanticism

Quote – “The Idiocy in Erasing a Nation’s History” – Pt. 2 – 7/27/2020

“Is weather the only thing a human can predict? If so, then what storm will not be predicted, because we had no stable structure, because our roots were missing? If our past is somehow erased, then we leave ourselves open to the driving winds, of tyranny or of simple defeat, to ourselves, to our individualism. We cannot love if we cannot forgive past errors. We cannot protect what we currently possess, if because of those roots being severed, we believe we are floating like a cloud, without standing structure. For what person stands, without roots?

We become merely the storm, itself, until each cloud is divided after we’ve destroyed each other.”

– Modern Romanticism

Quote – “Why World Peace is in Vain” – 7/6/2020

“We kiss our beloved to greet them. We kiss them upon a farewell. One last kiss, or one last dance, and it is all very personal. The world cannot be looked at, as though of one story. We may have the same ink for the page, though to erase the necessary division that allows us to possess a unique side, a proud side, for what we’ve done, makes us little. Pain is to where we find belonging.

We require pain, because pain teaches us the greatest lessons. We require it, because pain is the avenue to strength. What will world peace be, if pain is non-existent? We’d not ever see the road to strength. We’d be stuck. We’d be stagnant. We’d be lost.”

– Anonymous

Quote – “Why Love is the Judgement that Forgives” – 6/29/2020

“Each human possesses faults, imperfections, all either contemptible or forgiven by other humans. For what is first understood, that is what is always received with punishment. Though, there is something else that is judged by love, being of the greater fault to any person. That fault is a person simply being themselves. Such means, that a person’s humanity is their ultimate imperfection. For such examples like a man who is angered much of the time, has that emotion stemming from a source of pain. His pain, is his humanity, for that example. That ultimate imperfection, being that humanity, is then judged through love with compassionate eyes. Thus, you have the opposite of punishment, being forgiveness.

Love becomes a judgement when it can judge a human’s fault, for simply being a human. It sees deeper beyond the first perceived faults, of a human. For is it not that humanity is buried beneath all a person’s Hell?

This is a judgement apart from the faults that are received with punishment.”

– Anonymous