Modern Romanticism

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

Words of Wisdom – “A Man’s Guilt” – Pt. 2 – 8/10/2019

August 10, 2019

“There is nothing so deforming of a man’s features, than guilt. Encourage guilt, and you encourage the remaining existence of the masculine man. His instinct is guilt.

What does a man see in a woman’s eyes?

Why, it is all he’s been avoiding. The forgiveness he cannot ever place upon his own actions. Upon himself, it comes hard for forgiveness to douse the dictator’s or psychopath’s actions. Pride only comes as approval. Shame comes as disapproval.

A man’s guilt is as prominent as his infinite opportunity to achieve. His infinite craving, that is, and his only motive behind his desire to achieve, is to compensate for that feeling of guilt. Encourage guilt, and again, you encourage the masculine man. Reveal opportunity, either of sexual desire or monetary gain, and you exploit his guilt, and create his fall.

There is nothing so vengeful as exploitation, and nothing so much the exploit than the exploitation of fear. It is always a cruel gesture to reveal weakness, and it is any enemy to a human’s tool to exploit it.

Within a woman’s eyes, is where he sees the avoidance of God. He’s claimed himself to be God, and yet, the forgiveness for his actions of domination comes from a woman. He will deny God for as long as possible. Perhaps a man will see God as too bright. And to love, of which the ‘modern day’ has found to be ‘obsolete’, it is more proof than ever else proof was made, that forgiveness, nor love, does not dominate, but subdues.”

Words of Wisdom – “Forgiveness as the more Potent Weapon over Vengeance” – 7/9/2019

July 9, 2019

“There are those women who’d say that femininity is inferior to masculinity. They are also the women to say that femininity is merely subjective, and cannot ever be defined as an absolute. Then, consider this: in saying that femininity is related to forgiveness, then we’d say that masculinity is related to rage and aggression. We should easily comprehend that forgiveness is the unexpected, because an instinct of humans is to be vengeful, to enact revenge under the spell of rage. An emotion as rage has enticed the want to murder. Forgiveness must, therefore, be in close connection with femininity; though, to a woman, that which is ‘before her’ is God, and that which is at first instinct is honesty. A woman adores honesty. Therefore, that which is ‘before her’ is the most open and direct, and she is immensely curious over it. The freedom, the forwardness, creates the sexual freedom from the Femme Fatale, and a Femme Fatale adores vengeance. She believes it to be sweet from the seduction she formulates with her fingers and lips. She makes what she will of herself, because beauty, as well as truth, is so easily sculpted, that there will be a mess, in the most literal sense. Forgiveness is the power of the unexpected, because the expected emotion is to sue someone who had run someone over on the road. The unexpected emotion is to turn to forgiveness, and this becomes the power of reason.”