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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Poem – “Sometimes, I Open the Wound…” – Romance – 12/14/2019

Sometimes, when the scar has seemed to heal,I reject its process to heal,By a singular motion of my right and dominant handTo tear it open,And release the tides upon my feet.I breathe the scent of iron,Soon as emotion is revealed, once again. I wanted to forget,And I wanted to forgive you,And yet, my strength had […]

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