Philosophy – “The Importance of Black & White Decisions” – 5/21/2021

“Between choosing what is right or what is wrong comes down to having no choice but the correct one or to have infinite excuses to never make the correct choice.”

– Modern Romanticism

Some would shun away from such a notion that there is “right” or “wrong” within a set of choices. Even if those choices happen to be among the dozens or hundreds, then just like a tournament, it will dwindle down to just two.

No one wishes for a third choice, unless one wants to make an excuse. Out of those two, instinct, in terms of a person’s bravery, would draw them, as the individual, towards what is correct to choose. Out of the hundreds, or thousands, or millions, up to the infinite amount of choices to make, all comes down to a duality. A parallel, of sorts, because to have a decision to make is to exclude distractions and the excess.

To any of two choices, one will prevail, while the other will be discarded. It is to say, for anyone who can comprehend this, that to have one choice is to have none at all. That is where instinct comes into play. Because, when one makes the correct choice, one did not choose. One merely chose what was right, as it required no time to contemplate. It is to say that one already knew what to choose, before the options were open. Between familiarity and something that is alien and unfamiliar, there is simply the choice between the singular former and the plural latter.

The factor of “responsibility” does not enter for the decision, itself. It enters during the consequences of the decision. The decision, that was indeed a decision, bringing about cause and effect. Crime and punishment. Such is what a decision makes it out to be. The more choice, the more wrongdoing. The less choice, the more creation.

Would a woman, who decides on an abortion, comprehend any of the above? That, for her to make a choice, is to excuse the responsibility of consequence? Or, to excuse the consequence of responsibility? If she chooses for it, then she has chosen a method for destruction, being the incorrect one. For her to fight for choice, is to fight for excuse. It is, however, the opposite when a mother would find it nearly impossible to choose a child out of two, already grown, to die, when a criminal is pointing a gun at either or. Such a mother, with two grown children, would not be choosing for her offspring to live. Since all choices comes down to the death of correctness (or creation), then it is all rightness behind such correctness that would not be a choice.

We either choose to die, or to have no choice but to live so that we may be responsible for the consequences of our choices. All mistakes are based on a choice, because if we never learned from our errors, then we’d keep making excuses to never form wisdom. Though, when we do learn from our mistakes, we then have no choice but to the correct path. Unless, of course, we did not actually learn, though merely deceived everyone for regained trust.

Of decisions that have caused others, or ourselves, the pain, this is where individualism glows the brightest. It is so a person may see and objectively understand their mistakes, formed from endless excuse.

If we excuse responsibility, then we do the same for life. We would be negligent of it, or to simply outright destroy it.

Philosophy – “When a Fool Believes in Truth over Facts” – 1/10/2021

“To perhaps the political realm or even the marketing realm, truth is like silver, malleable enough to be twisted into a different shape. Each person will look upon that shape, see something different, though only because the sculptor to truth has molded it that way.”

– Modern Romanticism

Truth is deceptive to the eye of the person who cannot see sameness. For what stays the same in a person, is not like what conceals that underlying universal understanding. If the difference between truths and a fact is the difference between what can change versus what can improve, then it is to truth that changes people while it is to a fact that improves us.

If a fact is logical, then it is truth that is emotional and chaotic. If truth can change to be a different shape to each person’s attention and awareness, then who is the sculptor? Who has placed the deception before sameness? Or, who sees in art, from the “different viewpoint”, just the truth of it, not the sameness that makes the viewer also an artist? Does an artist understand themselves, because they constantly state that no one understands them? If such is the case, then they are the same as what they are, within, to everyone else. A person is loved for being one, not by the differences to which create that chaos and conflict.

If truth is seen as subjective, then the sculptor to it has placed it upon themselves as a cloak or as clothing. If a viewer to the sculptor of that truth only sees something different, then they’ve been deceived into never seeing something that is always the evidence universal between each person. Our evidence, is not the differences that make each person disconnected. We are not to be unique nor proud when we stand alone, for we are always to be humble we are at the same level as when we were created. A person learns, as much as they live.

It is because truth cannot be universal, though a fact can, that everything exterior must be penetrated to create the connection. It can be said of a woman whose virginity has first been pierced, of the physical kind, that a “connection” has been made between man and woman. It can also be said of a woman, as well, that when her “metaphysical virginity” has been pierced, she retains memories to when everything that had occurred to her, for the first time. To this example, it is the same as understanding her, within. Loving not what is said to be beautiful, though what makes perhaps a man and a woman a oneness, is what makes love as the same.

Philosophy – “The Artist and the Politician” – 10/28/2020

“Why should art be a thing of chaos, when it is a thing of order? Is it not a creation, revealing order, opposite from a causation that reveals chaos and disorder? This would mean that all art, of emotions, so disorderly, can only become order when they are confined to their place.”

– Modern Romanticism

There is an imprisonment, so certain for the artist to whatever they create, that it should not be free. From the writer to their page, or the painter who traps their canvas in the frame, nothing of emotions are there to express political ideals. Only logic, and nothing more, should be for the political endeavor. For the artistic endeavor, to free the limited movement of a painting, as emotions to express a political opinion, will cause chaos. To free the sculpture of pure emotion, from being bound to a base, will only cause the chaos that such artistic desires have formed. Formed, for the artistic creation was indeed a creation. It was not an intention for causation, as is the surge of chaos.

The surge of chaos, so much neutered when it is brought to art. For art can only ever be order, when it is bound to its singular imprisonment. When it is never moved, when it is never free, it is art. Art is not free, even when graffiti is limited to a wall, to a surface.

We are artists, when we can create from the chaos that is in our minds. We are those who cause chaos, when we can shout political opinions to the world, in the belief that such emotions, in such verbal language, are free. This is the onset of chaos, objectively so, when we don’t realize that logic is the only endeavor to the political ideal. It is not emotions. For if it were, then no artist upon this world would ever bind neither the sculpture to its base, nor the writing to the page.

Emotions cannot be free for the political opinion or ideal. They can only be expressed, and turned towards the artistic endeavor. This would make the art even confined to the space where it has been branded or placed. It might be the painting trapped in a canvas, as the canvas is trapped in a frame. It might be the musician or theater performer bound to their stage. It is always in the place of the artistic creation, whether from painting, or song, or film, makes the art never free. Once more, if it were free, it would merely result in the chaos that pure emotions, in the art, would cause.

Whoever first said the words, “Art is free”, never understood that art has a place in this world, where the artist is confined. They never understood that the chaos of emotions becomes order, when it is driven into the artistic creation. They never understood that outside of art, pure emotions causes the chaos that is never on the side of creation. They never understood that creation and causation are two opposites, where the former represents order as the latter represents chaos.

Philosophy – “Why Creative Non-Fiction is an Oxymoron” – 10/14/2020

“A lie is imagination, burning an image into sight only ever convincing. The truth, however, is something that wallops you so hard, you will find it shocking.”

– Modern Romanticism

How far can a writer take creativity, when it comes to a fact? To comprehend creativity, itself, as unlimited in the human imagination, will make the creativity in non-fiction, be limited. However, it won’t be long before something so non-entertaining as the truth, becomes the distraction of a lie.

How can we split the creativity from the non-fiction, so that the former does not overlap the latter?

A lie is always distracting. We divert our attention from the truth, from the facts we should know, when we are entertained. Simple pleasures. Whoredom. Pornography. These are lies, meant to distract us. Distractions should always be considered the world’s abundance of lies, though only from the person who centers them for attention.

If we are creative with the truth, what is non-fiction, becomes fiction. If we are creative with the bitterness of logic, then it becomes the sweetness of each emotion. In today’s world, where distractions are seemingly the enterprise for things deemed as a “necessity”, why do we deny “creative non-fiction” as an oxymoron? If it is not an oxymoron, then what is the imagination? Is it not a realm where lies are constructed, as fiction? What a writer makes up, versus what is the truth, is how we can differ reality from unrealities.

All amount of creativity can breed an infinite amount of lies. To know what a lie is, look to creation, itself. All things constructed, versus all things originated, is the difference between a lie and a truth. We can look to the beginning, to find the truth. We can look to the middle-ground, to discover lies. The creator is truth. The creation is fiction, or a lie.

Quote – “Why Racism has no Definition” – 7/23/2020

“When everything is deemed to be racist, then nothing is deemed to be racist. It is the same with art. If anything can be art, then nothing is art. Repetition, in terms of the mass production to something that should hold meaning and value, causes that meaning and value to become dust. It is gone, both meaning and value, because repetition has killed it.

To imagine it like the United States attempting to solve its debt problem, by simply printing out more paper currency, would cause the dollar bill to lose its value. It is through that repetition, that value is killed. Meaning becomes killed, the same way. For if everything is deemed the same as a singularity, then it is no longer about meaning, as much as it is the loss of it.”

– Modern Romanticism

Quote – “The Definition of an Interpretation” – 7/16/2020

“An interpretation holds a singular meaning: to splinter away what is perceived to be a whole, into now an incompletion. The incomplete picture is the entire picture interpreted. One can look at what it means to interpret something like tearing off a fragment of a portrait painting, such as the drawn-in mouth, so that only the nose, eyes, and cheeks remain. An interpretation is to simply pull away a portion of what was once complete, to now be incomplete.”

– A Fine Line for Justice

Quote – “Why in Love?” – 6/17/2020

“Love is one fanciful reveling for a one who cannot depart away from it, to be among Hell. It is not Hell, this love, for humans without it, are demons. We uncloak ourselves, nude, so vulnerable, and cannot be anything other than honest, when we love. As we find more sweetness in seduction, we will find more bitter honesty in love.”

– Anonymous

Quote – “The only way a Minority can be Entrusted” – 6/3/2020

“Those who claim to be there for minorities, in the manner of being dutiful as one is a leader, will be nullified of such a claim, were they to not realize a single thing. That single realization, is to comprehend that an individual right is most important, when the individual makes up the smallest form of a minority. The individual, being the smallest form to any of the minorities, can indeed be entrusted to act for the responsible self. When responsibility makes up the individual’s doings, they no longer will believe that Justice has a meaning in external placement upon them. One who announces the importance of Justice for minorities, will not comprehend the meaning of Justice, were they to deny that Justice is only dealt from an effort to absolve from personal dealings. Those personal dealings are there to uphold human desire, and while human desire is on the side of Vengeance, it is Justice that requires such effort to maintain its own structure. Justice has a structure of its own, while Vengeance will always be the thing to tear it down.

One cannot claim to fight for minorities, if they cannot recognize that a person’s individual right to be responsible, is the only creed of Justice around. For to say one should be justified on their irresponsible actions, will not be the objective definition of Justice. It will be the objective definition of Vengeance, in the belief that one can personally deal with another who crafted wrongdoing. It is because wrongdoing can only be dealt with, when the individual faces themselves in their own reflection, to see what they’ve caused.”

– Anonymous

Philosophy – “The Necessity of having Less Choice” – 5/31/2020

Were a person to not have a choice in the manner of an action, it would be more-so suited to objectively doing the right thing. How is this? To imagine it like a person who loves another, doing what is right for them, it is never a choice neither for the love, nor for the proof of that love. We merely do it, because we feel it right within our hearts.

Though, to possess a choice, or rather, rule a society based on choice, would make the people of a population more prone to dissect objectively correct actions into subjective decisions. Such choices, like all choices, were based on a contemplation of them. What occurs next is a population of people who question the right thing to do. All you have from this is sheer confusion and fear, being opposite of what you can do for another, out of care for them. For if to be subjective means to make a personal choice, then to be objective means to simply help another person, never out of personal choice. One would not consider what one would personally have at stake, though automatically considers what another has at risk.

Is it not also the same among science and of wisdom? What is the purpose in hoarding knowledge? To be objective would mean to offer the whole picture, the whole truth. It would fill the heart, the mind, while fragments would be like divided bread to fill a stomach. Being objective means to offer something, to be selfless. Being subjective means to only have a small understanding of the whole.

Therefore, having less choice in a matter, makes a person more prone to doing what is right for a world.

Quote – “Why to not Interpret Justice” – 5/30/2020

“Over the meaning of life, justice has no meaning to any interpretation, other than how justice defines itself. It is a danger to interpret justice. As much as a person would want the liberty of doing so, interpreting justice would mean to have one’s own brand of it, making their ‘form of justice’ more-so suited with the meaning of vengeance.

Perhaps it is also the case that anyone’s form of doing one thing, inevitably turns their motives into that of personal greed and desire. The gain, versus the selfless act of fighting for another.”

– Anonymous

Quote – “A Need to not Tolerate Interpretation” – 5/30/2020

“Think of the ‘interpretation’ of an event, of an individual, of any single thing the two eyes of someone can lay upon, as falling on the side of ‘personal desire’ versus ‘justice’. No one should be allowed to interpret what justice means, in this world. There are certain things to know, certain rules to follow, that are supposed to have the strictest set of laws so that those followings are never broken. Give people enough freedom, and they will fall on that realm of ‘personal desire’ versus ‘justice’. Do not claim vengeance to be the same as justice, and do not claim ‘your’ breed of justice to be any different from anyone else’s. There is no freedom to the word ‘justice’. There is only freedom to the word ‘interpretation’, as that is a freedom to create the onset of pitiful human desire.”

– Anonymous

A Quote of Wisdom – “The Pointlessness behind Subjectivity” – 3/25/2020

“Facts and opinions. The former has structure, while the latter doesn’t. What the latter symbolizes is the deconstruction of the former. In each fact, there is a building. In each opinion, there is a piece of a building. Yet, as each person holds their individual piece, individual opinion, individual voice, no one who doesn’t speak loud enough, gets heard. It becomes inevitable that what one must build, is their own building, their own empire, their own structure.

What comes from this, is division. What also comes from this, is endless competition. It is because competition is the opposite of collaboration, that there is this division.

The deconstruction of structure only creates the individual voice so much radicalized, that it is never a union of voices, conjoined through something so powerful as love.”