Philosophy – “Why People are not so Different” – 6/27/2021

"It is those most prejudiced who thrive in the sheer desire to be different. To them, another's distrust or simple dislike to their difference, becomes their empowerment. A taste of power, to the modern individual, is just as the average dictator's liking of a population's fear that is grown through the same distrust."- Modern Romanticism… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why People are not so Different” – 6/27/2021

Excerpt – “Why Love is Useless” – 6/26/2021

"The mind, to which resonates with convenience, holds its place as well with competition. Lesser or greater, in the limited value, though nothing is more infinite in worth than the heart. In comprehension of that, one is able to admit that the life being saved was more valuable than what was used to prolong its… Continue reading Excerpt – “Why Love is Useless” – 6/26/2021

Philosophy – “Why Money cannot Buy Happiness – Same as Love is not a Choice” – 5/29/2021

"The material. It cannot substitute the lack of the immaterial. To anyone who disagrees that love is no choice, it should then be safe to assume they want something as money to be the route to their heart."- Modern Romanticism Is love a game? It is not, objectively speaking. Life is the game, because when… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Money cannot Buy Happiness – Same as Love is not a Choice” – 5/29/2021

Philosophy – “How People Take Life for Granted” – 5/18/2021

"It is always through the recognition of what is vulnerable, for what can easily be stripped free from our awareness, that makes a person take nothing of its preciousness for granted."- Modern Romanticism "Nothing in life is free," as such is the clear saying from those who have lost, nearly lost, or have kept to… Continue reading Philosophy – “How People Take Life for Granted” – 5/18/2021

Philosophy – “Why Love doesn’t Comprehend Time” – 5/15/2021

"As we love, we feel the other person, never ourselves. To this degree, we realize that through such love, it does not die, even in death. Within our heart, we feel them. To feel the other person has us comprehend the limitlessness of our beloved's existence, even during the flesh's non-existence."- Modern Romanticism Love is,… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Love doesn’t Comprehend Time” – 5/15/2021

Somewhat Personal – “How a Person Genuinely Becomes Fearless… though, with Consequences” – 5/9/2021

"Through fear, a person learns to move. As it is always 'through' fear, to be past it, not within it, that life stirs itself inside its own veins. It will be fearlessness, attained, when a person learns to ably spill some blood off their own veins, without tears to add."- Modern Romanticism No one is… Continue reading Somewhat Personal – “How a Person Genuinely Becomes Fearless… though, with Consequences” – 5/9/2021

Philosophy – “Why Life is Not Fair… and should Never be” – 4/18/2021

"No Man nor Woman is equal, so long as we compete, or if it is when we do not love, or if it is that we are not dead."- Modern Romanticism Life is a competition. Anything besides love or death, is a fluctuation of stampeding revolution. For it is not life that is opposite from… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Life is Not Fair… and should Never be” – 4/18/2021

Philosophy – “Why Post-Modernism Causes Poverty” – 4/15/2021

"That which is beautiful cannot be seen for the grime in what is impoverished. An abstraction can be to such a word, in being impoverished, though to be simply lacking. As poverty has its meaning upon what is lost, then beauty will be for what is gained."- Modern Romanticism Post-Modernism has comprehended one thing: that… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Post-Modernism Causes Poverty” – 4/15/2021

Quote – “What is Strength?” – 4/14/2021

"If the greatest weakness of all is for the individual to believe he lacks one, then this is his greatest imperfection. Awareness of capability does not come without the same for its opposite. We are not capable if we are not also aware of how we are incapable. Pushing limits is one way to be… Continue reading Quote – “What is Strength?” – 4/14/2021

Philosophy – “To Remember the Dead, not for their Failures” – 4/14/2021

"It is the coward's approach to mock that which is dead, out of untold amount of time the living critic did not speak to the now-deceased whomever while they were alive."- Modern Romanticism Remembering the dead, as we will, and then we recall only ever the successes of how they lived. For there is only… Continue reading Philosophy – “To Remember the Dead, not for their Failures” – 4/14/2021

Philosophy – “Why a Choice shows Comparison to Objectification” – 4/9/2021

"All that a person chooses compares to death. We choose death, because we cannot select between who should live. Therefore, in all that compares to a choice, relates always to what makes life temporary. Death."- Modern Romanticism If we can choose, then it will be the object, or of everything according to something so inhuman… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why a Choice shows Comparison to Objectification” – 4/9/2021