Modern Romanticism

The aspect of romance, divided between the heartening and the thoughtful.

Words of Wisdom – “To Differ the Quality from the Quantity” – 8/11/2019

August 11, 2019

“As anyone who holds even the slightest understanding of Psychology, the human brain is incapable of holding two primary focuses. Rather, there is always a primary and a secondary focus. Should quality be the primary focus, then quantity will become the secondary focus. Should quantity be the primary focus, then quality will become the secondary focus. This is to say that should the artist never seek fame, then they will wield their brush like a conductor wields a baton to command the orchestra. This is to also say that should the artist seek fame, then the artist will never tire of taking multiple dives into association and labeling, all-the-while believing repetition to better suit the work he’s creating. Such a former scenario of quality creates that which is built to last. Such a latter scenario of quantity creates that which crumbles when a species comes to deny the existence of time.”

Words of Wisdom – “The Anatomy of an Approach towards Power” – 6/9/2019

June 9, 2019

“Has humanity forsaken the value of love? It is only the two paths where a human must choose to journey; and those two, are with the first remaining in loneliness, while the second is a path of unity. To see the self as only able to know the self, is contradictory to what naturally occurs. It is denial that creates the torment to a problem continually ignored; and when it is ignored, it is further embedded. Are we, as humans, willing to ignore fault, and believe ‘criticism’ to be ‘sheer negativity’? Is that a path that seems noble enough, so that one who takes the path forsakes the friend or the spouse, who could hold enough clarity to see the issue as an issue, and implement sense? ‘Sense’ has no place within discovery, this is true, though to the sensible mind, there is that unity of telling the faulted one, ‘This is wrong, so do no longer take anymore action’.”