Quote – “What is Art?” – 11/22/2021

“Art cannot be said to reference chaos, because chaos is not a creation. If specific art is said to be a representation of chaos, though was also created, then this is contradictory. Art is a creation, though chaos is not. Chaos is merely the absence of creation, because one cannot create what is chaotic. Order […]

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Philosophy – “Why Equal Rights are Forever Unattainable” – 11/20/2021

“The most fundamental part of being human is to want more. However, in only being fundamental, many forget that there is a necessity to rise beyond the convenience and comfort of the monetary sum. If we ever attained that which would freeze our movements, then we would have no need to rise beyond the poverty […]

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Why God cannot be Proven

“Love is eternal, though only upon beginnings. If creation is love, then love is always behind an individual towards where they could not see nor prove its existence. In the Atheist’s request that the existence of God should be proven, it is not possible when no human, as an imperfect being with consumable flesh, can […]

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Excerpt – Chapter 44 – “Order Against Chaos” – 11/16/2021

To the order of a heart, an individualist is no longer in repetition with what is rhythmic and synchronized within the collective. If equality appears to a person as sameness among external viewings, then they have shown themselves as confused. Synchronization with physical movement is no different than the marching army. An army has been […]

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Love Quote – “Love, more Maddening than Lust” – 11/12/2021

“There are no fires that burn so strongly as within the furnace of love that warms hands that are cold even in the morning. There are no other pair of eyes that remain with their presence, their ungulfing stare, as those loving ones that drown what they view. Let love capture you, let love swarm […]

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Political Philosophy – “The Reason for Student Debt” – 11/7/2021

“How can one be so creative, yet be negligent of their decaying heart? How can one be so rich for their depth in pockets, yet so poor of soul?” – Modern Romanticism There is this divide, between the creative and the practical work. What holds form and what holds function, though this is a needed […]

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