Quote – “Corrupted Justice” – 9/9/2020

“The path to Justice is slender and perfidious, fraught with missteps of ambition and despair, egotism and doubt. Should you choose this road, beware those who would waylay your hopes and disembowel your dreams. Remain sure and remain true.” – Path of Exile (Izaro Phrecius)

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Quote – “Fires of Vengeance, Waters of Justice” – 9/1/2020

“Grief compels the fool to act out, from it. Grief compels the fool to raise a fire against those who wronged them. They are consumed, blinded, by the need for Vengeance. The blood boils up to their eyes, and they see nothing more than their own carnage. A common human element is hunger. Hunger is […]

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Quote – “Why not Believe Prejudice as a Fear?” – 8/27/2020

“When prejudice is believed to never be a fear, it becomes a one-sided standpoint on who can possibly take a form of it. When prejudice is believed to be a fear, equality is soon promoted in the belief that all sides, when prejudiced, feel the same thing. For when emotion can be realized, in terms […]

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Philosophy – Rewrite – Excerpt – “A Fine Line for Justice” – 8/26/2020

“The Danger of Interpretation” An interpretation holds a single meaning. To interpret is to fragment what has always been a whole, for it to then become an incomplete form. In comparison, a whole could be a mirror. In contrast, the whole of the mirror, when “interpreted”, is now a fragmented mirror. To see something as […]

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Philosophy – “The Impossibility of Equality” – 8/25/2020

“To wish for empathy, then do not trust those who’ve been known, not by their individualism, though by the system they are in, to be deceitful.” – Modern Romanticism The greatest deception in the world, is to believe that a person in a system of it, can be honest. There is no honesty from a […]

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