Love Quote – “Why Unrequited Love does not Exist” – 6/18/2021

“Not so much to how we might love is the way in which humans can be frail. We are instead fragile because we trust. Some trust, with too much ease. These are the sorts to want the immediate comfort and consolation. One-sided trust is blind. Since love is blind, then why would trust ever be […]

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Philosophy – “The Connection between Trust and Education” – 5/13/2021

“It is more the human effort to trust, than to love, being what makes us such fragile and imperfect creatures. To trust, and then, to be betrayed on it, forces us to learn from our mistakes, or otherwise repeat them.” – Modern Romanticism Same as history repeats itself, mistakes too. There are those who express […]

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Quote – “How Every Problem is Simple” – 4/7/2021

“The greatest lie in the world is to believe everything is not as simple as one can describe it. A problem only becomes more problematic when it is believed to be more complex than it is. Yet, why would certain people want to view things through complexity? It can only be because they are comforted […]

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Metaphysics – “Why Love and Trust are Opposites” – 3/23/2021

“Always wander with your eyes facing forward, as your mind looks back.” – Modern Romanticism Love and trust. Dualities of sorts, though only ever the latter works for the former. It can be said of trust that it is something in which we are aware to. We cannot be trusting of all things, for that […]

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Quote – “If Fear is what Divides…” – 2/17/2021

“If fear divides a people, resulting in the ignorance that, as well, outcomes in the prejudice that leaves others disconnected, then why not convert such a fear of people to a fear for people? Instead of fearing others, we should fear for others. Instead of dividing ourselves out of fear, we should close gaps because […]

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Philosophy – “Why Criticism is not the same as Hatred” – 2/17/2021

“Unlike hatred, criticism is its opposite. Criticism constructs. It lifts, just the same as love.” – Modern Romanticism To reject criticism is to reject the friend. It is to reject the one who doesn’t find you perfect. Is not the essence of friendships to show vulnerability around the other? Is this not the same as […]

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Philosophy – “The Differences Between Love and Trust” – 2/3/2021

“What comes first? Love or trust? It must be love, because we cannot trust everyone.” – Modern Romanticism Does one know why the person commits suicide? It is objectively an act of self-punishment. Since it is that both love and death are gifts, due to that life cannot see when either will arrive, the person […]

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Psychology – “Why there is no Such Thing as Conditional Love” – 2/2/2021

“If conditional love refers to love with boundaries, then conditional trust should simply be boundaries.” – Modern Romanticism The most sensitive of subjects for which is meant to reflect an individual’s greatest of weaknesses, is not love, though trust. Trust relates directly to all we fear, up to who we are sexually intimate with. For […]

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Quote – “Why Trust is a Human’s Greatest Weakness” – 2/1/2021

“All humans can love equally. There is no difference between the love for one being to another. As in, there is no way someone can love a person more than another. That is not love, that they refer to. That one who claims to love someone more than another, has instead referenced trust. We can […]

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Philosophy – “Why Racism is a Product of Fear” – 12/2/2020

“The greatest weakness of all is for one to believe they lack it.” – Modern Romanticism In a realm of situations, there are specifics. In one pointed out situation, there’d be a person who could say, “It is subjective for what one thinks.” Though, that situation was merely broken down from all others, alike it. […]

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