Quote – “The ‘Uselessness’ of Love” – 11/26/2020

“Here, the scientist might say to love, among prayer, among God, that such things are impractical. Yet, it cannot be more obvious. Nothing of love, is practical, is utilitarian; so why would a scientist say such words so apparent? Is there ever ‘evidence’ for love, being metaphysical? Does not the scientist work with physical components, […]

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Philosophy – “Why Human Responsibility is the Enemy of Progress” – 11/11/2020

“No human could immediately correct themselves, without needing convenience. Whereas, no human could form wisdom, without an extended time in suffering.” – Modern Romanticism To think science would be needed, if there was a way for all humans to “grow up”, is the definition of ignorance. All humans, when errored or imperfect, displaying such in […]

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Philosophy – “The Greatest Limitation of Science” – 10/30/2020

“Science has no purpose, other than the benefit for the flawed form. Yet, to make the form perfect, is to also make the mind imperfect. We are insane, when we realize not our own limitations.” – Modern Romanticism Mind and body, where the former is perfect, as the latter is not. No science comprehends the […]

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Philosophy – “An Analogy of Love” – 10/9/2020

“How can it be that love dies, if all we trust is something so vulnerable, it should be imperfect, it should be alive? Would it not be that trust dies, and memories stay to either haunt, or remind us, that it is the remembrance to love that still hurts?” – Modern Romanticism Love is not […]

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Quote – “The Weakness of Human Reason” – 9/10/2020

“If human reason questions, then human love will define. Love will make the surety, that reason will tear down. Love will make the truth, the wholeness, the clarity, that reason will say is a lie, only fragments, the uncertainty. What is a human, in a scientific world, if not the confused one on the search […]

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Philosophy – “A Single Idiocy in Breaking from Tradition” – 7/13/2020

“The one beauty in this world, is the one worth protecting.” – Modern Romanticism From eating the skin of a salmon for “health benefits”, to making love in the morning when a man’s testosterone is highest, there seems to be an offset for what is traditional, in favor for what is “beneficial”. Nothing can be […]

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Creation & Causation: A Simple Comprehension of what is Deemed for Protection, versus what is Destroyed – 6/23/2020

For what we love in the world, it was not caused. Destruction is caused, because destruction cannot be created. We do not breed what we wish to dismantle, because we have created it. We have created what we protect, because a creation demands protection. A creation demands protection, unless we have involved causation. For causation […]

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Quote – “A Notion about Life and Death” – 6/21/2020

“Comprehend it, as it may seem, that the soul is real. Non-existent, lacking matter, lacking physical structure, and so unlike the form. But, it retains its place in the world. Attempt to resurrect a form as the person with the same personality and memories they were, in life, and it is impossible. Memories are the […]

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Philosophy – “The Problem with Science” – 6/20/2020

First and foremost, a scientist will say to the Christians that the God of love, or even of the religion, itself, possesses no logic. To the God of love, being only of the Christian God, there cannot be 2 or more gods of love. No other entity can claim love to be its promotion. Even […]

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Philosophy – “What is Love?” – 6/18/2020

Love will remain the mystery to the sciences, out of only one condition: that it cannot pertain itself to utility. We do not utilize love, for nothing of feeling can be used. Why effort yourself to manipulate emotions, when everything meant for practical means will never be something felt, though only used? One manipulates another’s […]

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Quote – “Why Ignorance is the Breath of Destruction” – 6/13/2020

“Ignorance is left upon a touched object or person, out of a desire to gain knowledge. To gain knowledge, makes a person have the necessity to deconstruct a past, and mark their own name on it. That is, to deconstruct a past makes them ignorant, and never knowledgeable of what it took to create that […]

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Philosophy – “Why Self-Discovery means Little” – 6/9/2020

It is that to “discover” refers to dealing with lust, with temptations, with deception, at its core. We will intake, and believe those things we’ve consumed will make us immortal, benefiting us so we can live just a few moments more. It is on the side of “immortality” that a person, in fear of life, […]

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