Philosophy – “The Idiot Lesser who does not Wish to Work” – 8/15/2020

"The foolish pauper will believe in deceiving words, upon the time they look to leadership to state they are loving. For no human can be God, as no human can be perfect. Imperfection of leadership states that the politician is just as foolish as the pauper."- Modern Romanticism If before a bridge, then why not… Continue reading Philosophy – “The Idiot Lesser who does not Wish to Work” – 8/15/2020

Philosophy – “A Concept on Love, Fear, and Hatred” – 7/31/2020

"Fear is the solitude of a human, in their attempt to dig into themselves to find what they either loathe or can accept. Though, what person in their total solitude has accepted what they despise, be that a wound that must close?"- Modern Romanticism A person in love, feels everything. A person who feels fear,… Continue reading Philosophy – “A Concept on Love, Fear, and Hatred” – 7/31/2020

Quote – “To Debunk the Collective” – 7/24/2020

"Love is the emotion intended to create wholeness (oneness) from the collective. A collective, in such a sense, is only a mere fragmented whole, being of beauty or life. Hatred would look upon the collective, and keep it as is, for it would know it to be weak.If the Communist sides with the collective, of… Continue reading Quote – “To Debunk the Collective” – 7/24/2020

Quote – “An Example to why Love Dominates Lust” – 7/19/2020

"If one can comprehend with ease, that the mind controls the human form of arms and legs, like a puppeteer controlling their puppet, then it should be easily comprehended that love controls lust. By that meaning, it is the mind being of love, that dominates the form being of lust. Love dominates lust, by the… Continue reading Quote – “An Example to why Love Dominates Lust” – 7/19/2020

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,… Continue reading Quote – “The Importance for Personal Responsibility” – 7/18/2020

Philosophy – “Sophia against Sophia: Discovery versus an Absence of Choice” – 7/18/2020

What makes the woman feel empowered? In the two eyes of mine, and only the two eyes of mine, I have observed it to be somewhat natural for a woman to be interested in vastness. Vastness of choice, and never a submission to limitation. She is interested in what causes her horizons to expand, and… Continue reading Philosophy – “Sophia against Sophia: Discovery versus an Absence of Choice” – 7/18/2020

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

Philosophy – “A Single Idiocy in Breaking from Tradition” – 7/13/2020

"The one beauty in this world, is the one worth protecting."- Modern Romanticism From eating the skin of a salmon for "health benefits", to making love in the morning when a man's testosterone is highest, there seems to be an offset for what is traditional, in favor for what is "beneficial". Nothing can be appreciated… Continue reading Philosophy – “A Single Idiocy in Breaking from Tradition” – 7/13/2020