Political Quote – “Realists and Idealists” – 2/9/2021

“Bring plenty to a nation, and it is the realist who will be loved by all. Such a leader has merely taken advantage of what was always present, did not require change, though simply needed a people to be reminded of it. However, shatter a nation, and then the people will forget their country’s color, […]

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Political – “Republicans versus Democrats: On the Pandemic” – 2/9/2021

“It is only those who live among prosperity who can afford, and also side, with realism and the realist. Whereas, it is when people live among poverty that they can afford, and also side, with idealism and the idealist.” – Modern Romanticism To simplify the very difference between the feuding Republicans to the Democrats, in […]

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Philosophy – “The Difference Between Change and Improvement” – 8/20/2020

“Improvement has sat, like the building on its foundation. It is, until change came along like a hurricane to tear it down.” – Modern Romanticism Change is very much like the wind, not ever directional in its motions. It curves, this “change”, and does not ever move across a straight line. There are those who […]

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Quote – “Politics and Art… or, Logic and Feelings” – 7/31/2020

“In the attempt to blend politics with art, it never is that feelings dominate logic. Whereas, it will be that feelings, being of chaos, remain as is, until logic cleans up the mess. Where a riot will leave a disaster, logic will clean up the wreckage. Where does the cleaner take the rubble? Does he […]

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Quote – “A Consumer, the Liar” – 7/29/2020

“All intricacies to a lie, were birthed from the easy consumption of one. For truth is never swallowed whole, as the serpent would do. Truth is bitten, piece by piece, harder to swallow, harder to digest. For if truth were a pill, it would be a lie.” – Modern Romanticism

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Quote – “A Thing about Hypocrisy” – 6/29/2020

“When one fool will state that only a certain side can follow a certain path, such as one that relates to resentment, then they are naive. For to state that only a white man can be the one who is racist, is much like how the Colonists of old thought that only the Native Americans […]

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