Quote – “Why Unity is the Simple Remembrance of it” – 1/15/2021

“There is no need to create unity, when it is already before us. We behold unity when we simply remind ourselves of what is important, versus what is not. For what causes division is the forgetfulness of being one of a kind next to another human being. We merely need to remind ourselves of the […]

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Quote – “As Intimacy is Electric Connection” – 1/15/2021

“Love has a connection through electric intimacy, though does not let go for truth to soon be within another person’s hands. This betrayal of trust is no different than data being sold or simply stored at bases, during when information is given for the simple sake of what is inevitably short-term ‘interaction’ or ‘connection’. Unlimited […]

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Philosophy – “Why Beauty and Image are not the same” – 1/13/2021

“The attraction to what is seen to be vulnerable, to the image of what is displayed as both alien and new to the world, cannot be the same for what is also understood as familiar.” – Modern Romanticism “Familiarity” is the concept by which a person understands someone else as like them. That is beauty. […]

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Philosophy – “The Rights of a Nation’s Citizens” – 1/10/2021

“Those people who firmly believe a nation’s leadership should protect its citizen’s rights, are the same fools who have handed them over.” – Modern Romanticism If life is seen as temporary, then it’s not the same as love being of eternity. This must mean that a person’s right to live, is indeed such, though a […]

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Quote – “The Difference Between Ugliness and Beauty” – 1/10/2021

“Nature does not take sides, within politics, or within business, or within a personal matter. It simply is, though it understands people’s souls. It understands the difference between beauty and ugliness. That is, if a person is nature, then they should understand themselves. If a person believes ugliness to be beautiful, then they are attracted […]

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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 […]

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Quote – “To Hold Faith” – 1/10/2021

“People’s lives don’t end when they die. It ends when they lose their faith. Will it be death while still holding strong to faith, or a long life gained by renouncing it?” – Hanzo of the Salamander (Naruto)

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Quote – “What is God?” – 1/9/2021

“To explain the concept as the ‘Big Bang’ might be the same as to wonder how something comes from nowhere. To this extent, one should then go to explain how love works. If God is love, then He holds not a creator of His own. If something can arrive from nowhere, being of love, being […]

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Quote – “Unity Between People” – 1/9/2021

“Distrust breeds itself upon those whose grudges bare themselves in remembrance. Memories that do linger, latch themselves as leeches to siphon away any thoughts of a future where hands are held, as steps are walked. Though, between those of shared pain, there is that hurt laying beneath the flames of anger. It is our ocean. […]

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Chapter Three – Part III – “Defeat for Self-Love” – From “The Disregarding of Science to the Mind” – 1/8/2021

Love for the self does not dig deep, for no person can empathize with themselves. If one has no comprehension for what one struggles with, then this supposed “self-love” will linger upon the exterior, because it is the same as finding comfort in deception. Deception or self-deception, with the latter being the chosen usage of […]

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Philosophy – “When Misinformation Loses its Meaning” – 1/8/2021

“By what rule can a person state that information simply not to the pleasure of a certain individual, is wholly misused? Could not certain information instead be termed as ‘misinterpreted information’? As in, only a person of greater intellectual function could universally comprehend what is said to be nonsense?” – Modern Romanticism Information is what […]

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