Quote – “Why the Cycle of Hatred is Unstoppable” – 2/23/2022

“It should be common knowledge, in our world, that no person hates without their reasons. This is the trigger to the cycle, that in being unstoppable, is so because of the existence of knowledge. If all humans were ignorant, we’d not be hateful. If all humans were omniscient, we’d have an infinite number of reasons to transform our loves into hatreds. However, there is no reason for a person to be ignorant enough to fear, while there are plenty of reasons to be knowledgeable enough to hate. Being ignorant comes with infinite excuses to not have first-hand knowledge, and to remain ignorant. There is never a reason to not bypass one’s fear to know a truth that will indeed shock them outside of their comfort. It is because in being ignorant, one keeps remaining the biggest wound for humanity to endure, being the open gap between people.”

– Modern Romanticism

Philosophy – “The Purpose of a Polarity” – 2/15/2022

“Are we meaning to make more than what simply is, being the vastness of one subject or the landscape of different views of those meant or should be given light? There is a necessity to a divide. It comes during an era of complexity. Boundless complications require their simplification. If simplification wasn’t a response to the complex, we’d not understand the complex.”

– Modern Romanticism

The world is filled with politics and genuineness, business and honesty, religion and rational thinking. The world is filled with polarities.

Most believe people in the notion that not everything is black and white. Although, even if a person attempts to reason one out of war-like or conflict-introducing thought, it was the “unique perspective” that, perhaps being outside the norm, merely was the polarity of peace to the war.

To understand the humanity or the reasons behind a person’s actions, then to mention that what was done cannot simply be “right” nor “wrong”, would also be in comprehension to how a side has been taken. Or it should be. When we understand that the soldier fought not for the right nor wrong reasons, though for their reasons, their view to which we say might be “unique” or “outside the normative ways” is also polarizing in our now-present bout of confusion. This confusion stems from knowing what is complex about a world, or about a person. A person is complex, as this is what confuses us. As humans, we divide because we crave sanity. We are not meant for confusion or the sheerness of complexity in that we are always meant to be “outside of the outside”, so we remain locked in. If we were always complex, then the soldier would not have been one, fighting for their reasons, their cause.

We simplify the complexity of the world, because without doing so, we would not understand what is complex. When we can understand what is complex, we are not constantly proud in the belief of our supposed “uniqueness”. We are not meant to be so much wishing to stand apart from all else, that we soon gain a god complex mentality.

As everyone else, as humans, our divides come from the eagerness to be sane. Our eyes find a shattered puzzle, and we meant for it to not remain as the confusing abstract. Naturally, we build the puzzle, as the same is said for an architect to a city. We build the puzzle, the same as construction workers build the shops, the hospitals, and the museums and libraries. Simplicity is the sanity, in knowing how to divide the purpose of a shopping mall from a gas station.

“Why No One Selects their Personality Type” – 2/12/2022

Personality plays its largest role in crisis, while showing the outcome of one’s decisions after the reveal to the singular person’s demeanor. How does selection offer a part with personality when we cannot foretell when we will face an ordeal? Even if we could somewhat predict trouble, we cannot foresee exactly how much. In life, there is too much that cannot be predicted. If we could predict it all, we would have no need for personal development. Since personal development requires being able to learn from mistakes, a prediction would stunt this because we could prepare ourselves, in fullness, even against what we do not know. What we never know is what is around the corner, to the next day. A personality shows itself as either strong or weak, revealed in an automatic fashion without the need for selection. If we selected, then we would have predicted. Because we did not select, our best course is to be certain of our character. If we were strong, we handled the situation. If we were weak, we let someone else handle the situation. Our personality is revealed most prominently during crisis, because we could not select even those who would handle it for us without forgoing our potential strength.

– Modern Romanticism

Philosophy – “Why Bliss is not an Emotion – Debunking the Utopia” – 5/17/2021

“Escapism is the retreat from truth.”

– Modern Romanticism

To run towards where one can be blissful, will be far from what hurts. Though, what hurts, is truthful. And, what we avoid, are always among the most powerful of emotions. Complexities, that we do not wish to conquer.

In the bliss for how Heaven can be imagined, by mortal humans physically alive, there is deception. A progressive mindset, towards Utopian or a non-problematic world, will bring about the greatest of lies. That is because life is full of either truth or lies. Truth, when we wish to face what life will bring us. Lies, when we wish to escape the pain that come with truth and life.

A Utopia does not exist, because we cannot be alive in such a world.

We cannot feel alive, even with a literal, beating heart. No one is alive, when we cannot be truthful towards ourselves nor to others. We are death, because we do not question what occurs, as bliss becomes our motto.

As deception is life’s greatest comfort, we will find an attraction towards it. We will begin to treat life as horrid, and everything horrid or hideous as beautiful. This is same to believe we should avoid all truth, while embracing what has been lied to or what is a rawness in deception.

Though, bliss, when pertaining itself to escapism, cannot be an emotion when it does have its relation to ignorance. That is because to be ignorant is to never learn, when a Utopia would define itself as a non-problematic world. What would be to learn, within such a world full of bliss, when we can no longer make mistakes? If to learn is to live, as we live in order to learn, then it is our emotions where we, as humans, are imperfect. Being imperfect, or having emotions, causes to be both errored and commit errors. However, we are meant to learn from those mistakes. Since that is the case, then ignorance would pertain to bliss when we have nothing to learn from our mistakes, resulted from our emotions.

Bliss is not an emotion, because ignorance is bliss. Ignorance is bliss, because a mistake cannot be made in a world without faults. This would be a world of deception, thus one without truth, and then being identified as one without the need to learn from errors and consequences.

If we choose bliss over our emotions, then we are favoring ignorance over truth. We prefer to be lied to, because as bliss is a comfort, then so is deception.

Philosophy – “Why a Man is Weakened, not Weak, when Weeping” – 2/20/2021

“No wall is indomitable. To each inch that covers one, there might still be a crack, enough to shatter the entirety.”

– Modern Romanticism

Just as people might believe that age guarantees wisdom, it is the reverse. Wisdom guarantees age. As in, to apply wisdom, means survival is in the independent hands. To be wise, means that the second mistake, after learning for the first time, will not end this train of survival. We mean to people who shouldn’t make the same mistake twice, that their immaturity might be their burial. Same to weep, when the greatest weakness is to believe there is none. An immaturity as this, opens up all weaknesses. It opens. We release. We weep.

To weep, after much to keep concealed, is much like a dam being broken. It was weakened. A mistake having been made, to then the person ignoring it, is the immaturity to believe it won’t break them, when they believe it hasn’t weakened them. The second mistake of the same kind, will break them. It will force them to no longer ignore what they’ve concealed.

To a man, weeping is much like dying. To lose strength upon who he protected, what he held upon his shoulders. Being weakened, does not refer to weakness. To weakness, one has to be inherently so. Though, to be weakened, means that recognition for strength has been blinded. Of tears, that now burn the lids of the eyes, to water the cheeks that have long been like dried gardens. Of weakness, we are. Though, in being weakened, we have become.

A weak man, can only mean he is inherently so. This means there is no such thing.

Though, a weakened man has become this way. It was a “turning point”, so to speak. A simple realization, that a second mistake of the same kind has left him speechless, enough to no longer form an excuse. His immaturity has regressed him into childhood, once more. Perhaps, even infanthood, where if the grief is too castrating, will make him leave this world how he entered it. Crying.

In being weakened, there is no more to say. There is only much more to do. To grow. To mature.

Philosophy – A Critique on Veganism – “A Denial of Humanity” – 2/4/2021

“If one fails to consume, then they shall be consumed by the oppressors we can state are ‘animals’ who resemble humans.”

– Modern Romanticism

How can Vegans be sympathetic towards animals? Is it within the Vegan philosophy to be kind towards other humans, as one? Or, is it within the Vegan philosophy to somehow negate the knowledge that we, too, can be “animals”? And, if Vegans believe a human cannot be compared to an animal, then they must either place themselves as either greater or lesser, to “animals”.

What defines an “animal”, other than what we need to kill, because it does not resemble a human?

Compare the psychopathic serial killer to an “animal”. Compare the pedophile to an “animal”. Compare the raging tyrant to an “animal”. We inevitably bring these people low, from whatever supposed monument they felt was necessary to construct, that they might look down upon those deemed as “lesser”. They deserve no restraint from us, as we “put them down” to a sleep they shall never wake from.

If we can be sympathetic or even empathetic towards other humans, then we do not bend a knee towards oppressors. However, sickened animals, especially of the mind, when they cannot be domesticated like a human, deserve the mercy of euthanization that puts the beast to eternal rest.

If the Vegan can believe humans are not able to be “animals”, then they must believe we are either greater or lesser to them. In which case, if the former is the truth of the Vegan, they contradict themselves. If the latter is the truth of the Vegan, then they are automatic food for those who would “consume” someone who’d not dare to fight against animals.

To be higher than any animal, whether a mere poodle or a domineering tyrant, means to declare oneself as human, as better or more developed than what simply seeks to tear apart. If we do not “consume” what is an animal, then we become consumed by things that are “animals”, though resemble humans.

Quote – “Why Trust is a Human’s Greatest Weakness” – 2/1/2021

“All humans can love equally. There is no difference between the love for one being to another. As in, there is no way someone can love a person more than another. That is not love, that they refer to. That one who claims to love someone more than another, has instead referenced trust. We can love all, in equal terms, just because we can. However, we cannot trust everyone, in equal terms. It is due to trust needing to be built.

Of love and trust, relating to the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end, of the feet to the mind, and then even of the past to the memories carted towards the future. We have a foundation of love. We have a foundation of death.

We have the trust that is built, like walls. We set up barricades against what we do not trust. We protect what we do. Love makes us perfect, in the remembrance of what we simply hold onto. Trust makes us imperfect, by any wall showing a crack that could make the person, themselves, break.”

– Modern Romanticism

Philosophy – “Why Anger is Never the Cure” – 12/26/2020

“Anger, the cure to life, by the death of it. For we aim to put out the flame with a greater one, and never so bravely open our vulnerable selves to the washing rain of teardrops.”

– Modern Romanticism

Anger. Is such an emotion able to be controlled? It cannot, any more than fire can be controlled for where it spreads. Fire, the weapon. Though, a weapon that controls the wielder of it. We are not responsible with anger. We cannot be. Anger is never responsible for us, for that is the same as believing a tyrant deeply cares for consequences. To anger, anything goes, most literally so, especially from its poisoning to the life that carries it.

Toxicity. That is anger. Or, it is the result of anger. For flame’s sake, we relate a fire to the swell of rage. Therefore, we compare toxicity to the smoke that results from a blaze. We cannot love, with anger, for we always hurt, with it. We make others vulnerable, because we never do such unto ourselves. We break others, or other things, and never ourselves. Were such a destruction to be upon ourselves, we would weep. And, through such a session of weeping, we’d inevitably become able to connect with another. For so long as they are not the oil meant to burn or be heated, and cannot combine with ourselves, the water, they will always fuse.

It is anger that conceals the hurt. It is such an emotion that hides the pain. We do not even yearn to show it, when anger is something that deludes us into a false sense of strength. Of strength, we do not feel it, when we simply burn, inside. We are simply destroying all others who, if unified with ourselves, would create the connection we so yearn. And, if we cried, we would find ourselves not so alone, not so angered at the world, though in comprehension that it was ourselves who held the wrong.

And, to look upon it in a more objective manner, when it comes to Nature, water is the element superior to fire. Therefore, to weep is the objectively correct choice that should not even be a choice. It should be what we were meaning to do, though did not know how.

Philosophy – “The Wrongs in Humanity being an Active Focus” – 12/23/2020

“Arrange in any mind the opposite towards what would occur, upon the question that states, ‘What am I?’ Does one comprehend their own identity as a universal understanding among all others, or does it become a special understanding that is segregated from humanity, itself?”

– Modern Romanticism

A monster is humanity not gone, though buried, beneath the Hell a person all feels, suffers from, and releases upon others. How then must a person question their humanity, if not already a monster, if not already confused upon their origin? Are not all origins a light, to then cast a shadow? If one has found comfort in the shadow, then they no longer look upon the light. In their minds, they find themselves to be lost.

Humanity does not need to be a focus. It needs to remain passive, not ever active, in what we innately comprehend of ourselves. That is, to actively believe we should all “be better as human beings”, inevitably causes the opposite to occur. As it is, there is a difference between the active action upon what would be described as “change”, versus the passive realization upon what would be described as “improvement” for another’s life. To be more human, therefore, if made as an active or activist way, becomes more-so the causation of people into more chaotic persons.

As a focus, one realizes their humanity came to be, at birth, though would not remember themselves, with the future. Would one then need to remind themselves they are not a psychopath? Would such a reminder become a training upon the mind? Why must it be an active movement to comprehend ourselves as not monsters, though simply human? It should then be assumed that only a monster would question their humanity.

To then oppose upon others that their humanity is forgone, would make such active or activist groups who promote humanity, become also displayed as the only sorts to be human. They become the special ones, all seeks to recruit more specialness into their fold. Again, how is it to be human, anything special? One should only be “deemed special”, as a human, when they have personally engaged with a broken person, to then become a friend who is special to said hurt individual. That is, people are only special, when they are held in a certain light by another. Such would mean that no one is special simply by their personal admittance to it.

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 – “Why Living in the Moment is a Sign of Low Intelligence” – 11/3/2020

“Has not the average person been aware of their steps, ahead? Is it a commitment to fear, to stay where one is? The future always looks the bleakest to those who cannot face it. They would rather see the light of the moment, as it grows larger with each waiting hour that passes.”

– Modern Romanticism

All long-term effects are the greater outcomes, regardless of one’s opinion upon them. A low intelligence is often the sign of personal disregard for responsibility. For to “live in the moment”, is to lack responsibility. How is it? Why not step forward, if one wishes to face where one lacks a choice? It is in a person’s dutifulness, to comprehend that “lacking a choice” means to do the selfless thing. It is the case, while “living in the moment” means to know what one has, though will never gain. Of wisdom, which is there in the future, makes the person comprehend that life is never lived, while we are stilled and frozen.

It must be, that in the comprehension of potential betrayal to what one holds close to heart, that to “live in the moment” is to defend oneself. A personal weakness, this is, for to be frozen, never to drag the dead weight that are one’s own memories, makes the person without a desire to take a risk. Reality is not meant to bend to one’s own decisions, though to one’s own indecisions. As in, when no one has a choice, people take a risk, and take back their freedoms. To step into the future, is that risk, and is that lack of a choice. For what nation under the shadow of a tyrant, has not restricted choice? If that be the case, then it is in the people’s dutifulness of lacking choice, to take them back. We are most responsible to do right, when control is upon us, and we can return our freedoms to us.

We are not free when we are bound to restriction, nor are we free when we lack the courage to take back what we recognize most. If we recognize darkness, then we should be willing to take the moment’s light, to reveal what awaits, ahead.

Humans are bound by their obligations to have something more. But, when all we hold is a nothingness, we are inevitably committed to take back what we know to be everything.

The long-term of effects, is always how we decide our future by abstaining from the mere moment. It is to comprehend fear, sleep with fear, and breathe fear. It is to know it, hold it, and make love to it. It is to find fear, bring it home, to understand it. If we cannot be willing to plunge our bodies into risk, we are dead. For is the corpse not stiff? Is the corpse not frozen, without movement of blood? It was due to our death, because of fear, and because we did not swallow it. We merely allowed ourselves to drown.