Philosophy – “The Two-Step Sequence to Problem Solving” – 2/13/2021

“Without the desire to care, one cannot advance to where one solves what is wrong. With all the knowledge in the world, there is none that can teach a person to admit a problem exists.” – Modern Romanticism Wandering to a bookstore to purchase a volume that teaches a person how to solve a problem, […]

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Quote – “Leadership Requires No Experience” – 8/29/2020

“There is knowledge. There is leadership. Both are separate. What knowledge is there for leadership’s sake? To be a leader, requires something of far more value, over the divisions and pieces of knowledge. It requires heart. It requires care for a population. To have a heart, is something that cannot be taught.” – Modern Romanticism

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Quote – “In Pain, a Person Learns” – 7/28/2020

“In the attempt to stop pain, a person learns. It is pain, caused. It is repair, created. It is structure, in the knowledge through what pain has damaged, that fortifies ourselves against the next blow. We are prepared for future endeavors, when we stabilize ourselves. However, in what we see around us, being of no […]

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Quote – “The Importance for Personal Responsibility” – 7/18/2020

“The responsibility that equates to the individual, being of what they know best, might be their act of dismantling and destroying the rest of the globe, if that individual responsibility is lacking. To speak on the collective as though it is more important than the individual, is cynical enough to never believe that the individual, […]

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Quote – “Why Ignorance is the Breath of Destruction” – 6/13/2020

“Ignorance is left upon a touched object or person, out of a desire to gain knowledge. To gain knowledge, makes a person have the necessity to deconstruct a past, and mark their own name on it. That is, to deconstruct a past makes them ignorant, and never knowledgeable of what it took to create that […]

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Philosophy – “Love, the Epitome of Logic” – 6/12/2020

“How can we neglect love, when the seeking of knowledge causes the stain of ignorance, upon whatever was dissected, was destroyed? For it is only that love is neglected, or it is only that God can be turned away. It is because love, itself, is not something to ever neglect, on its own.” – Anonymous […]

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