Philosophy – “The Definition of Unfairness” – 11/30/2020

"To the introduction of fairness, comes as the introduction of unfairness when it is brought forth to be compassion. Equality is not compassionate."- Modern Romanticism Equality is not compassionate. Could one "introduce" fairness into a working environment, full of people believed to be treated with unfairness? That is the same as offering special treatment. That… Continue reading Philosophy – “The Definition of Unfairness” – 11/30/2020

Philosophy – “The Reason to say ‘Men and Women’, in that Order” – 11/28/2020

"Life cannot be born, without a beginning to pain, for no woman could end it without first a care for her own."- Modern Romanticism Why has there been a change, to now say, "Women and men", in that order? It is no by means a sexist remark to believe it should be the opposite. Because,… Continue reading Philosophy – “The Reason to say ‘Men and Women’, in that Order” – 11/28/2020

Quote – “Pain, in Love” – 11/26/2020

“Do we ever forget who we love? Or, do we ever forget who loves us? Are we to reduce ourselves to the selfish fool, who cannot appreciate the selfless gesture of kindness? It is in our pain, that trust has died, not ever love. Love does not become torn apart, for that is not what… Continue reading Quote – “Pain, in Love” – 11/26/2020

Philosophy – “The ‘Uselessness’ of Prayer” – 11/26/2020

"Though, it shouldn't be, that through our innate comprehension of love, we'd 'make use' of that loved one, whether they'd be God, or of family to friendship."- Modern Romanticism Do we love God? Do we love our friends? Our families? Could we love the source to all love? It is in the understanding of love,… Continue reading Philosophy – “The ‘Uselessness’ of Prayer” – 11/26/2020

Philosophy – “Why Human Responsibility is the Enemy of Progress” – 11/11/2020

"No human could immediately correct themselves, without needing convenience. Whereas, no human could form wisdom, without an extended time in suffering."- Modern Romanticism To think science would be needed, if there was a way for all humans to "grow up", is the definition of ignorance. All humans, when errored or imperfect, displaying such in their… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Human Responsibility is the Enemy of Progress” – 11/11/2020

Virus Talk – “A Lockdown is not the Answer” – 11/8/2020

"What leader is such, when their goal is not upon the future, though upon the passing moments? Their aim, in that sense, would be to freeze everyone in place, so that the future receives more anxiety than does the moment."- Modern Romanticism Whatever fool believes one should "live for the moment", pertaining to a lockdown,… Continue reading Virus Talk – “A Lockdown is not the Answer” – 11/8/2020

Philosophy – “The Flaws of Abstract Art” – 11/3/2020

"Were humans be able to comprehend each other, with ease, we'd do so, through art."- Modern Romanticism It is like grief, where we lose something we found to be more valuable than us, that such sadness becomes a universal understanding. We are not limited by our sadness, for tears are always infinite. The suicidal person… Continue reading Philosophy – “The Flaws of Abstract Art” – 11/3/2020

“Outside, there is Nothing” – From “The Prejudice of Globalism” – 10/31/2020

How ever can a person understand that which is a nothingness, objectively so? A nothingness to what one sees, of outside endeavors, for that is the truth. Outside of what one can comprehend, a nothingness resides. Nothingness, for in the things so uncertain to ourselves, is like reaching for what is unable to be controlled.… Continue reading “Outside, there is Nothing” – From “The Prejudice of Globalism” – 10/31/2020

Quote – “The Differences of Criticism” – 9/19/2020

"As hatred cannot be offered by use of words, then it falls to criticism to undertake speech made through use of intellect or idiocy. For when the former takes place, being of intellect, then it is the debate that stages the ground. When it is the latter taking place, being that of idiocy, there is… Continue reading Quote – “The Differences of Criticism” – 9/19/2020

Philosophy – “Identity Politics, the same as Monarchal Bloodlines” – 9/12/2020

"Written in the ways of purism, is the idea that one blood is inferior, or lacking in quality, over another. To base politics around race, around gender, around creed, is to recede to the aristocracy mentality, though swapped. It is to say that impurity is purity. Perhaps it is that we are all the same,… Continue reading Philosophy – “Identity Politics, the same as Monarchal Bloodlines” – 9/12/2020

Quote – “Why Love Never Dies” – 9/6/2020

"Not the love, but the trust, that quits its breath. For nothing hurts more of the ended romance, than knowing we still love them. Such means, that not love, but the trust, always dies. We love them, still remaining hurt, though our trust, our closeness, is now the parting. For as love dwells in the… Continue reading Quote – “Why Love Never Dies” – 9/6/2020

Quote – “The Impossibility of Inherent Evil” – 9/5/2020

"For human functionality to take place, then humanity must be, even at the smallest increment, existent in the person's spirit. Even the human who attempts to make themselves purely machine, would not function were it not for the small percentage of humanity still stored within them. To be 99% the psychopath or the narcissist is… Continue reading Quote – “The Impossibility of Inherent Evil” – 9/5/2020