Philosophy – “Why Anger becomes the Reaction to Prejudice” – 12/24/2020

“To tell one race that they’re the only sufferer from prejudice, is always equivalent to saying upon someone that they should feel alone in their suffering.” – Modern Romanticism How would anger not be the trigger to an immense feeling of loneliness, especially one so encouraged, upon a specific race? Is not the cure to […]

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Personal Post – “A Thing about Ignorance/Prejudice…”

I began this blog with the idea of writing poetry. Then, it expanded into both prose and philosophy. I write through this blog to share a density of emotions and analogies, carried through the words. As I see the world today, I am left with the conclusion that people are not close, especially when the […]

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Quote – “The Moron who Believed Prejudice to be a Simple Dislike” – 8/27/2020

“The moron who states that prejudice is a simple dislike, is same in the belief that soldiers warring with one another, from nation to nation, simply ‘dislike’ one another. How could a soldier simply dislike his enemy, over fearing them? Fear is a refinement tool. It tempers any individual to comprehend certain wisdom. Whether to […]

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Philosophy – “The Impossibility of Equality” – 8/25/2020

“To wish for empathy, then do not trust those who’ve been known, not by their individualism, though by the system they are in, to be deceitful.” – Modern Romanticism The greatest deception in the world, is to believe that a person in a system of it, can be honest. There is no honesty from a […]

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Quote – “The Collective, the Color; The Heart, the Truth” – 8/24/2020

“All colors are depictions of gatherings. They are the prettiness that exists upon the outer, while the truth is within to the inner. How much to be distracted by those colors, those divisions? They are infinite in their spawn. They do not fight with one another. They believe themselves unified, under those colors. Yet, it […]

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Quote – “Why One should not Discuss Race” – 8/12/2020

“To ‘discuss race’ would be equivalent to ‘discussing the cover of a book’ before the book is even read. For who does such things, if not to be afraid of knowing the book’s contents? It’s the same example as stalling to meet someone, for fear of either being exposed or knowing something one does not […]

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