Summer Project – “A Two-Step Sequence to Problem Solving – From Delicate Heart to Resourceful Mind” – Chapter 1/50 – “To Define Order” – 5/28/2021

It is order that encompasses what does not, or should not, divide. A responsible person will comprehend order, since to divide oneself from it is to forsake what it means to earn one’s freedom. That is to say that to be ordered, even of the self, is to comprehend that one cannot be given freedom, […]

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Philosophy – “Why Society is Never to Blame” – 4/12/2021

“The collective organization is only ever aware of its individualized imperfections. In denial, however, the idea of ‘change’ comes to the mind of one who stands for collectivism by whatever is altered. It is the denial of what should be trusted. Through collective change, individualized imperfection is ignored for the sake of a perfected group.” […]

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Philosophy – “No Point to Blaming Society” – 2/16/2021

“In this world, the denial of involvement is the confession of ignorance, not innocence.” – Modern Romanticism Those who deny their fate, are those who further construct their Hell. What point to blame the world, if not in the denial that our surroundings have been made by our own hands? If we blame the world, […]

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Philosophy – “Why Politics will not Change” – 12/23/2020

“Politics is the world of its own. It’s a bath one steps into, and does not make their mark in it, though instead becomes embraced by a world that controls the bather.” – Modern Romanticism The term “functional” has its meaning in nothing universal. Flaws are common among functions, making form the ultimate understanding to […]

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Philosophy – “Societal Breeding of Categorical Minorities” – 12/21/2020

“One’s empathy become crossed out in the sand, as one’s desire to aid becomes extinguished, all in the most automatic fashion, soon when they believe people should be categorized.” – Modern Romanticism Categories of people? Groups of people? Segregation of minorities into lists of each? All of this is against the empathy that rules what […]

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Quote – “The Better of Two Extremes” – Pt. 2 – 8/13/2020

“It seems to be when something inherently good is met with its opposite, being something inherently bad, there comes the two extremes in a never-ending war. By this, how would honesty become an extreme, if deception, itself, did not come along to claim power? How would anything of an inherently good nature, such as justice […]

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Quote – “Why to not Interpret Justice” – 5/30/2020

“Over the meaning of life, justice has no meaning to any interpretation, other than how justice defines itself. It is a danger to interpret justice. As much as a person would want the liberty of doing so, interpreting justice would mean to have one’s own brand of it, making their ‘form of justice’ more-so suited […]

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Philosophy – “Of Humility” – 4/27/2020

Each person’s pride should be solely based on action. Each person’s humility should be solely based on what a person becomes. There is nothing so pitiful to look upon, than the lazy individual who wants what they believe to deserve, simply for existing. They have committed themselves to no action, thus not deserving of pride. […]

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