Philosophy – “Why Psychology is Infinitely More Valuable than Sociology” – 11/27/2022

“We, as a species, only got as far with curing bodily ailments, providing food for the homeless, creating a higher degree of welfare for those with their numbered disabilities as scratching the surface. For isn’t that what a physical fault relates to, the body? Beneath the pained, starving, or paralyzed flesh, a human being is an entity most hidden.”

– Modern Romanticism

A plethora of issues that a human might face can be extended beyond the boundaries of their flesh, residing within themselves, not of the organs, muscles, nor their bones; for this metaphor compares to their mind. A person’s mind, misunderstood and often misjudged, remains complex to the sociological individual who will tackle all physical-related, existent issues. In comprehending a physical fault, we tell it as an existing one. Though, to the metaphysical or psychological problem, we can find ourselves better off to admit it does not exist. Can we find it necessary to change the term “cancer” to something other than cancer? Though, we’ll find it necessary to change the term shell shock several times to the point of keeping it as PTSD. We’ll say it is necessary to denounce the term “dork” or “retard” for a replacement term, since these examples have been misunderstood and also misjudged. With cancer, we comprehend its deadliness because of its blatant visibility. All can comprehend the sociological extent of it, because cancer does not directly target the psychology of those afflicted by it. There is no need to change the term “cancer” to something other than cancer.

Non-physical, psychological issues are misunderstood because they are deemed often as invisible. If psychology can be understood as more valuable than sociology, it is because when a world gets structured through the train of progress to seek solutions for the physical, bodily issues, it begins to neglect the more difficult, complex faults of the mind. An advocating group can gather together for a meeting on a problem that pertains directly to society. To their mission’s statement, it will be clear. However, if another group advocates on a fault pertaining not to society, though to psychology, their statement will be unclear merely because that group will be unclear of themselves of what solutions are available.

Whether it is the separation of church from state that sent away into history’s textbooks the horrifying methods for capital punishment, or it is the debate between mental illness and firearms access, comprehending psychology as more valuable than sociology is simply an admittance of what will receive negligence whenever a world has been formed to tackle issues it can better understand. The separation of church from state is no different than the debate between those who believe the individual is faulted for the gun or those who believe that the gun must be restricted of its ease of access. This lack of difference comes from the understandable difference between mind and body, or the difference between psychology and sociology. We can all deem progress as relevant when it tackles faults pertaining to social aspects and elements. Though, negligence of psychology and faults of the mind will be paramount when we forget what originated all physical faults to begin with. The mind does control the body. The voice controls the audience. The singular person before a podium conquers and directs the herd before them. There is worship and reverence, though sociology is simply the aftermath of psychology. Sociology would not be possible without psychology, just as an issue with mentally ill individuals being a sociological problem among police forces would not be existent without the emptying of mental asylums.

Philosophy – “Why Skin Color Matters Little” – 8/18/2022

“A focus on exterior details maintains another focus, called ignorance. We do not comprehend a person, when we are meaning to comprehend their shell. We will begin to admit that a person, within, has always been empty. We will begin to admit that those infinite details, within, are meaningless and meant to be kept in darkness.”

– Modern Romanticism

What can there be to understand about race? Nothing. Can there be something to understand about a book’s cover, unless we are playing games of preference and prejudice? It will be only when we are playing those games upon what we trust or distrust, that an exterior detail matters more than what dwells beneath it. All among politics, differences are taken into consideration, because of its rule over divided groups. When considering a democratic nation, more groups equal more voices. However, that becomes a division of people, heading into misunderstanding. This has been because of a focus on change, being a current norm when it comes to non-conformity. When we want change, we want more diversity. When we want everything to be diverse, we want nothing to remain as similar. More groups and more voices will promote division, because it will bring into prominence a focus on exterior details. Greater focus on exterior details cannot be a focus on a person. To focus on a person, one must conform to a reality.

Among what maintains itself to be real, a human being is. Human emotions. As these are what tie into realism, understanding what hurts will not be among surface details. Understanding what hurts will be to retain a focus on internal notions, since all pain, through human emotions, resonate internally. An ideal, however, opposite from all realism, relates to talent. As in, what a person believes themselves to be born with or will admit that their identity has not been with choice involved.

Even with identities prevalent among being believed as opposite from choice, choices retain their place for trust and distrust, or for preference and prejudice. People choose, based on those exterior details. As it might not have been with choice involved to how a person comprehends themselves, choice gets involved when others will see those surface details, to inevitably turn towards or against what can be viewed as either similar or unsimilar. People’s emotions, not ever a surface detail, will be a familiarity that cannot be given prejudice. For it will be inevitably a contradiction to do this, that in telling someone else off for their display of emotions will make them appear less than human.

Race, among all other surface details, resonates with ignorance, due to how it can be compared to a book cover. Within that book, or within that person, there are infinite more details to discover. Alongside that, all details in either a book or a person resonates not with ignorance, though with knowledge. One can be prejudiced towards a book genre, through noticing artwork upon its cover, making them express their prejudice when that genre does not fall inside their preferences. However, both preference and prejudice are overridden when their efforts, to compare realities, identify one overlooked book as similar to another book. Preference and prejudice, at that state, become what gets overlooked, because ignorance never mattered. A more familiar example will be when people are given this same degree of understanding. To not be prejudiced, though to know details within a person, comes always with a desire to compare an understanding of someone else with oneself. One holds standards for what can be understood as real, not for an ideal, when these comparisons compare only similarities.

With more differences, comes more ignorance. Even when one recognizes themselves to understand themselves, a result from others will be a misunderstanding into prejudice when such a person who understands themselves has made this knowledge an exterior detail. As with book covers with their artwork to display their genre, divisions among people are viewed upon their surfaces. Knowing oneself, though also wishing for others both understand and accept them, will not have this latter wish fulfilled when such knowledge remains as a surface detail.

Philosophy – “Why Empowerment Weakens Women… or People” – 6/8/2022

“Strength lies not in physical brawn nor masculine stupidity. Strength comes in this form of having control over emotions, where those emotions, if desperate enough, will take to all offerings of power that come in a desperate person’s lap.”

– Modern Romanticism

It must be considered that when a person happens to be desperate, it matters not what faith nor religion they’ll take to. If a Christian had not seen the isolated, miserable, and depressed individual as lacking faith, needing Christ and a Bible, a Muslim or even a cult leader might have led the lost lamb to a direction. In desperation, people of this sort, this certain mindset, will take to any faith. “Any faith will do” becomes a mentality to a desperate person, though they’ll more than often be deceived, rather than led to truth.

Empowering an individual comes with this innate factor of deception. If we empower desperate people, we ignore their individuality. We ignore their stories and their histories, because in leading them to faith and dependence, we rewrite them. We give them a blank slate. We are now using them, because people who empower are controllers.

Whyever must a woman take to empowerment, if not out of a stereotypical “weak woman” response to her desperation? If she shows no restraint, being the epitome of strength, she will be deceived and used. When a person shows strength, they also reveal their independence. If one who truly empowers or lends strength to someone considers them, this person, they will not set out to erase their history. Yet, those most desperate want to leave their past behind. Those most desperate never learn from their mistakes. They want to abandon what happens to be old, though only to them. To someone else who considers a person’s past, they know that they must accept these flaws to themselves, not set out to erase them.

Having restraint means to not give into all offerings of power. What becomes revealed of a person will be their insecure and self-loathing self, through how they’ve masked their weakness, hold intent to hide their insecurities, with aggressiveness. It always will be that aggressive individual who never thinks. Their desperation to do something about a conflict will not be with consideration of consequence. It will be with consideration of their desperation.

Rushing headlong into a conflict, that even with an intent to solve it, will prolong its existence if such becomes not considered of consequence. Whenever a woman becomes deemed as strong when she shows herself to never think, due to a belief that her physical strength will be her strength, resembles more of weakness. She prolongs weakness, in masking it with physical aggressiveness. To want power, through this aggressive, physical strength, always will be through that same desperate mindset of someone who lunges after conflict with a desire to control its outcome. With restraint, a person can think before acting. Otherwise, without having thought nor restraint, a person shows off a mere act, because one held no control over anything. In showing restraint, a person has control over themselves, being a human’s only true form of control.

Philosophy – “Why Hate Crimes are instead Crimes of Fear” – 5/16/2022

“Name a crime motivated by fear and it reveals what all humans keep a potential for. There can be no resolution to an issue that remains universal. Someone can fear someone else whom they do not know. When this occurs, there can be no hatred in this. There can only be ignorance, coinciding with that fear. As one can be ignorant of someone or something without being prejudiced, one cannot be prejudiced without being ignorant.”

– Modern Romanticism

A modern world calls a crime one with intention of hatred. Although, hate cannot be legitimate without knowledge. It becomes ignorance, coinciding with fear, that through absent knowledge might bring about a crime that did not know. A fearful person sees a threat, beckoned through our fight or flight response. In fear, being this universal trait among all humans, there has been kept our potential for doing what goes against hatred, as something else besides these criminal individual fuels a certain cycle.

If between perhaps two individuals, there has been a personal feud ongoing through a past betrayal that matured into stagnating bitterness, this will remain apart from fear. Their knowledge of each means that no fear can be preventing either from getting close. As such goes, whether to be known from embracing a person or known from betraying another, there had been perception of a weakness. If always an unexpected outcome, of either love or hatred, it becomes fear and ignorance that remains as expected as it remains universal.

Although, media platforms will depict a crime as one of hate. This can be understood as due to their motive for attempting to label groups, because while this crime had not been with hatred involved, there had not been any knowledge of any individuals.

Individualism has always been a place of knowledge. Knowing ourselves means to comprehend our limits, and in understanding how hatred is a limiter, on its own, references it as what a person feels only within themselves. As betrayal will bring about legitimate hatred, this suffocating collection of feelings will be separate from that traitorous individual who now has parted. If in betrayal, there has been intention to leave, this betrayed person will harbor feelings of hatred with a desire to bring them back to experience this pain.

When love has a child of evil, what becomes birthed has always been hate. Although, with hatred, there shows sufficient amounts of knowledge, in that one with such a suffocating emotion cannot be someone of fear nor ignorance. Fear cannot be present in them, due to them believing their hatred makes their strength. Ignorance cannot be present, due to what has been mentioned.

If one means to solve what has been depicted as hate crimes, there will be no resolution when these crimes are committed through a universal trait called fear. As even Hitler did not hate Jewish people, though considered them a threat through fear, no other person can be hateful through a lack of knowledge of those within a group. Fear translates to threat perception, in an apparent ignorance for what has not been personally enacted to that fearful individual. A prejudiced mindset exists in one who has not known someone they will consider a threat, all due to this notion that such a supposed threat retains a background that belong to merely their group. Segregation has always been a separation of groups, not individuals. If one group holds a history of being unable to fathom another group, it becomes a sameness with one country holding a grudge to another country.

Knowledge cannot be its place among groups, being why wars show existence in history. Fear can only be remedied through knowledge. One’s knowledge of another can morph into hatred, due to seeing another side of a betrayer that had not been expected. This lack of expectation sheds its own light within either love or hatred. When fear becomes remedied through knowledge, knowledge can turn blackened through betrayal and become hatred. Fear stays absent when that hateful individual believes their hatred shows strength.

Psychology – “Why Mental Illness Symptoms do not Return from Tapering off Medication” – 2/8/2022

“It’s as though those mental health symptoms were never there, and you were on a drug that tapped into the placebo effect. You were experiencing a hard time. You were desperate. You reached out, and what you brought back was relief in a bottle with a special child’s lock on it. The cap. When you opened it, your reality was never a thing to experience. You gave full trust to those who were never interested in you, only what is wrong with you.”

– Modern Romanticism

They always say this:

Your Bipolar, Schizophrenic, Schizoaffective, ADD, ADHD, OCD, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety… “might return if you truly wish to go through with getting off this medication.”

They say this, the NP’s, the Psychiatrists, and Psychologists, though none of them comprehend the red flags. How can a person who studies the mind not realize what affects the mind? They offered you a bottle with what you believed, in your heart, was a cure to your traumas, among all other mental afflictions. The red flags, being the very essence in not being able to understand reality. Not understanding reality is the place of mental illness. Being lost in darkness is the place of depression. Being afraid of the future is the place of anxiety. Then, since such is the case, those red flags consist of not being able to tell apart the differences in these symptoms. Whether the symptoms of withdrawal to getting away from what has been perceived to be a reality of a cure, to the symptoms of mental illness that was understood to be an absence of reality; the realities are always there, as our nihilistic endeavor to deny them only places us further lost.

If symptoms to withdrawal is the same as the symptoms to mental illness, what absence of reality is different? The answer is these realities are the same. A medicated individual has withdrawn from the craving for something out of their desperate design, to then have the same mindset for craving something perhaps more recognizable. Even if the latter has been perceived as more “recognizable”, the former had shown an exact amount of perception to recognition as the latter. The former scenario showed the mentally ill individual comprehending life from a perception of pain. Then, the perception of pain was made into a sameness of an exact scenario through the latter, where that individual has perceived themselves being dragged apart from reality.

Withdrawal symptoms and mental illness symptoms are the same, though the prescribers won’t note that. They will not give the warning to their patients that tapering from the medication will bring on the same symptoms as their mental illness. Perhaps the reason for this is to not confuse the patient on reality. If reality is shown to them that the medication is truly an addiction, they might comprehend that their own refusal to acknowledge themselves, not merely what is wrong with themselves, has been what began the mental spiral. As reality is meant to be a depiction of what is real, factors such as pain are alongside this. However, mental illness is known to have symptoms of pain related to the patient’s absent perception of reality. If life experiences pain for what is real, then how can mental illness be a part of this? As in, how can mental illness be a real thing to an individual experiencing it? Moreover, this is the same relation in wanting to extract the perceived need of a medication, also a reality to the patient for its intent as a cure, to whoever might believe their mental illness has been a reality for them.

Having those withdrawal symptoms as the same symptoms as mental illness shows that both are the absence of a perception to reality. If a patient underwent symptoms of Schizophrenia, Bipolar, etc., then such pain belonged to an absence of reality. The same pain is applied to withdrawing from the medication, one that was perceived to be the gateway to reality for the individual as they thought of such as a cure to what was real as their agony. All this is meant to state that there is no reality besides the individual, not to what is wrong with the individual. All absences are the place for mental illness, though as a practitioner to their patient will find that a resource, such as medication, could replace what is missing to said patient, there will be from this only a prolonged miscomprehension of reality.

“Wound” – Blogger’s Horror Novel – Synopsis

Synopsis: “Wound” takes place in a fictional town where its citizens have their bodies possessed by the spirits of the previous generation that lived here. None of the residents are able to heal from wounds, whether mental or physical. This is due to the concepts around the paranormal, that a ghost refuses to move on into the afterlife due to unresolved grievances. With the previous generation refusing to allow themselves freedom, the current generation must experience their memories and pain. With wounds both mental and physical, nothing ever heals as no emotional burdens nor sickness of any kind is able to be forgiven nor cured. Along with this, nothing of these conditions can kill the current generation’s bodies, since the ghosts, being already dead, cannot be killed a second time.

During one historical moment, time had halted in terms of development and being able to lose old baggage. Neither the town, itself, nor the people are able to adapt to the changes of the world, making the surroundings appear decrepit and unmaintained.

“Wound” will take a main character through the town, experiencing the emotional traumas and horrific sights they are witness to. Will they become the same as the possessed townsfolk, not being able to tell the difference between past and present, or will they maintain their sanity? This character will attempt to unravel what had cursed the previous generation to remain, staying in the minds and bodies of the present.

Quote – “What it Means to Empathize with a Monster” – 7/18/2021

“Could we ever empathize with the mindset of Hitler, as a characteristic so similar in others? As all monstrous another can be, to empathize with one so beastly in state and appearance calls us to what ourselves can be feeling in their presence. Fear. We fear the monster. If such is the case, then to empathize with a monster is to know their fear. Just as Hitler had feared the Jewish people, believing them a threat to Germany. Or, just as a family evicts an addict out of their home, not out of hatred, though motivated by the fear that their influence would spread. It is usually enough to know that a monster might be pure in their evil, though never sufficient to understand a human’s darkness shows the same depth to a shade as where we hide when they will hunt for us.”

– Modern Romanticism

Philosophy – “The Philosophy of Feeling Goosebumps” – 3/7/2021

“Something so beautiful, identifiable, and familiar to us is enough to raise even portions of our physical flesh to the heights of Heaven.”

– Modern Romanticism

How real is it to feel something so lodged in the mind? Of something so dark, that only ever the depressed individual could understand, is never felt during a moment of being uplifted.

Though, to be raised, in being given hope, is always among the beautiful. Everything beautiful, comprehended among the sculpted flesh, becomes not the identification to us as the insecure, unaccepted individual. Though, we each become equally beautiful, when we are raised to the acceptance that love brings.

As we hear, as we see, of those beautiful things that exist to awaken us, can cause an ever-greater sensation upon our skin that goes beyond the mere individually identifiable. Of what is individually identifiable, is understood of depression or insecurity. Yet, in what is equally identifiable among everything so beautiful, is through the understood identification of ourselves to another. Of life to itself, of one person to another, is the soon felt sensation known as “goosebumps”.

Towards what is beautiful, not merely to us, though in the universal connection between people who communicate through emotion, is enough to entertain the fragile with the acceptance that resides in the perfection of love. Our imperfection, due unto the depressive and lonely thoughts that correspond with sheer insecurity and doubt, can become alleviated in the belief of love. With love, imperfection becomes perfected.

As to the feeling of “goosebumps”, itself, it is the representation of hope. We are uplifted in a stronger sense, as such a raising of individual spots upon our skin shows that what is “identifiable” in this world does not need to be individualized and alone. We each can sit in the concert hall, listening to the majestic notes, to feel the same emotions, even if perceiving something of difference. Goosebumps are indeed the actual raising of the physical self, to the euphoric sensation of shared emotional understanding.

The physical self, so unmemorable to the depressed individual that it is the cause of their sadness. Not their mind, through depression is the representation of lacking love. Lacking embrace, that only arms can show to wrap around the woeful individual. As it is, we observe those goosebumps upon our arms, of mainly the forearms, where half the freedom is needed to hug a person, while the sleeves cut off at the elbows.

Raised flesh, is equivalent to a raised imperfection to the heights of limitless love. Within the stage of Heaven, if even for a brief glimpse unto it, is enough in the reminder for how paradise can be welcomed into another, by literal open arms.

Psychological Assumption – “Why PTSD Patients have Trouble with Memory” – 2/19/2021

“Of a mind’s system for memories, whether for old or newness to them, is always central when it comes to the notion of ‘moving on’. Though, the ‘freeze’ will remain upon the mind, while the affected person is still left within the past of one shattered winter.”

– Modern Romanticism

Memories cannot be made as newness, without forgiveness. To forgive the self, is harder than to pass this kindness upon even the worst traitor. Forgiving the self, requires acknowledgement for fault. It is that we cannot be innocent in anything. Without this forgiveness, we will continually punish ourselves.

Punishment is a gift. It is why the person who commits suicide, found their remorse as not worth the need for self-forgiveness. Depression is the feeling of self-blame. When all is lost, the self is left to persecute. The continued question of, “Why was I not stronger?” presses us, in that desertion upon our senses. We do not abide logic, even if it demands that we forgive fault. The recognition of fault, is to see we cannot be faultless. And, the acknowledgement of it, is to quit the denial that we still have much more to lose.

To take back, of newness, of a future, is what the depressed person cannot perceive. Their inability to surprise themselves with forgiveness, causes them to surprise all others with the final act of self-punishment. Of suicide, where the burden of self-blame kept them locked.

Forgiveness is how a person motions themselves onward. This kindness upon the self can unlock the mind.

What is more? Is it that people fear failure, or that they fear success? To fear the latter would mean a person is afraid of change. Of becoming something else, other than what they were accustomed to. Their stagnation, even of continual torment, became a sort of comfort. Though, as the greatest source of comfort and safety is always deception, something as this forgiveness would allow a person to notice truth.

To notice what a person can become, requires forgiveness. Though, as the scars remain, memories of the past would not simply disperse.

Trouble always lingers of a person’s memories, to be made into newness, out of lacking self-forgiveness. We cannot create new ones, because we are stuck with the old.

While scars remain, challenges still arise. Perhaps a person can look over their shoulder to smile, to then look forward with a neutral expression of calm.

Psychology – “Why only Positive Emotions Generates Creative Energy” – 2/18/2021

“Depression is not a cue for productivity. Nor is grief the cue for a need to neglect the immediate sensations. We discover something so pure, as the positive emotions, only when everything we currently feel can be converted over to inspiration.”

– Modern Romanticism

If research tells us that both positive and negative emotions can generate creative energies, then all should immediately go to believe this as a wrong.

What depressed person wants to be productive, or to be therapeutic with their creativity? While the mind is consumed by those negative emotions, we do not even press one button on the keyboard. We have no energy even for that, nor to simply motion ourselves to the seat. Because, there are those who experience troubles, enough to douse them in those depressive thoughts. They linger and dwell among them, much so that there’s hardly enough movement without another to keep them somewhat less restricted.

How can depression, which limits the person to smallness, ever drive them on with the inspiration that gives them the desire to live, for as long as possible? If negative emotions can, at all, offer us the creative energies enough to be productive, so that a day does not become wasted, then it will not. We move, through being creative. For to create, is to make movement, through the inspiration that allows us to design.

It is to next say that all energies, enough to be creative, must be positive. That means the depressed person must be able to convert sadness to inspiration. Then, there is only the hope that directly relates to what life represents. It is a repetition. Of repeated motions that only become truly tired, when we must rest for eternal time, upon death.

It has to be a conversion. To change or transfigure negative emotions to being positive, as other buried positivity becomes lifted and aware to the person, there is the inspiration that generates pure creativity.

We have no desire to be creative, to be productive, when depression has siphoned us of all energy.

How can “research” believe that negative emotions can generative creative energies, when it is always inspiration that keeps the movement within life, to be productive?

Philosophy – “The Two-Step Sequence to Problem Solving” – 2/13/2021

“Without the desire to care, one cannot advance to where one solves what is wrong. With all the knowledge in the world, there is none that can teach a person to admit a problem exists.”

– Modern Romanticism

Wandering to a bookstore to purchase a volume that teaches a person how to solve a problem, will not solve anything deeper than that.

The deepest problem that a person suffers from, is the unwillingness to care for what is wrong. One can have all the world’s knowledge, with no care for how to apply it. Whereas, it is possible to solve any problem, when the first step to this sequence, has been conquered.

The first step, the desire to care…

Versus, the second step, the knowledge applied for the problem to be solved…

And, one cannot skip the first step, to move onto the second. This is because, as it’s already been stated, one cannot solve an issue, without the genuine care for it.

An “excuse” or a “reason” for why one cannot accomplish their task, may come in all forms. One can say the words, “I do not know how.” Though, their lacking knowledge, for how to solve their issue, is never the true reason. Their truest reason is that they do not care enough. Such means, they have not conquered the first step, in this “two-step sequence to problem solving”.

This is how rehabilitation centers fail, for addicts. What with all the knowledge such a center possesses, will become useless when the addict, themselves, have not conquered the first step. Such an addict can only ever move onto the second step, when the first one has been accomplished.

Having a heart, is the first step.

Having a mind, is the second step.

Why else does a person enter a bookstore to purchase a volume on “how-to”, if not having accomplished the first step? It is then an impossible task, for any author, to write a book to teach a person to be motivated enough to solve their issue. This is to say that one cannot teach a person to care. Such motivation needs to come, from within.

One can receive advice from another, though only ever in requirement for sheer knowledge. Neither a friend, nor a therapist, can teach a person to care about what is wrong.

Psychology – “Why there is no Such Thing as Conditional Love” – 2/2/2021

“If conditional love refers to love with boundaries, then conditional trust should simply be boundaries.”

– Modern Romanticism

The most sensitive of subjects for which is meant to reflect an individual’s greatest of weaknesses, is not love, though trust. Trust relates directly to all we fear, up to who we are sexually intimate with. For to ask a person who they can trust, is the same as asking who they’ve ever had sexual intercourse with. Such questions are deeply rooted in “what is personal” of that individual, as those questions will most always be received with not an answer, though another question. As in, the reception might be, “Why would you ask me that?” to translate to, “What do you plan on doing with that information?”

No one can love a person more than another. That is an impossibility for humans to consider. We confuse such terms, as “love” with “trust”, through an example of stating the two words together, “Unconditional love”. There is no such thing as either conditional or unconditional love. It simply makes no sense to have either two words together with “love”. In fact, it would make more sense to freely be unconditional about love, though that is the same as to simply love.

If we set conditions, then it is about trust. We always trust, with conditions, especially out of the reason of not trusting completely. Out of love, we can give it, of its entirety. It is simply due to that love is not an emotion, though is simply king above all. It is a force that does not resemble emotions, because its perfection is not among whatever makes us imperfect. If emotions make us imperfect, cause us to make mistakes, then love cannot be the same. It is instead out of who we trust, that we take risks, and learn from our made mistakes.

Trust allows us to take a risk, to not bar ourselves among those conditions within something called a “comfort zone”. Out of trust, not love, we impose fear upon ourselves. We allow those enclosed walls for which have tightened us to a small realm, to break. Then, we build new walls.

Fear is necessary to feel for what we do not understand of something so unknown, in contrast from what we do know. Then, it is never about love towards who or what is unknown, though to the trust for either its threat upon us or its peaceful and controlled self.

Once again, we cannot love anyone than we do, upon one person or another. We can, however, place conditions in where we hold such trust, out of both regard for past experience, and regard for future survival.