Philosophy – “The Rehearsal of Lies” – 9/30/2020

“Were the lie to ever be the truth, it could then not be a repetition. Deception repeats. Deception does not direct. Deception confuses. Deception does not speak only once. For truth would speak only once, as it must be the first to exit one’s mind.” – Modern Romanticism Rehearsal of truth is an oxymoron. No […]

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Quote – “Why all Truth is Simple” – 9/9/2020

“Characterize truth as complex, and one is back to the problem, the question for what the answer is. For is the answer not the given truth? To be left in the dark, to be left in ignorance, is the problem. To search for the truth, is to search for simplicity. No truth can be complex […]

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Personal Post – “A Thing about Ignorance/Prejudice…”

I began this blog with the idea of writing poetry. Then, it expanded into both prose and philosophy. I write through this blog to share a density of emotions and analogies, carried through the words. As I see the world today, I am left with the conclusion that people are not close, especially when the […]

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Philosophy – “The Idiot Lesser who does not Wish to Work” – 8/15/2020

“The foolish pauper will believe in deceiving words, upon the time they look to leadership to state they are loving. For no human can be God, as no human can be perfect. Imperfection of leadership states that the politician is just as foolish as the pauper.” – Modern Romanticism If before a bridge, then why […]

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Quote – “How to Define a Lie” – 7/29/2020

“The lie is defined by internal intricacy. The lie is always within. The lie is never seen. It becomes truth, when no longer a lie. Place the spotlight on a so-called lie, and continue naming it a lie, and it is truth, never deception. Disregard what is a lie, because you do not notice it, […]

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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 – “Why in Love?” – 6/17/2020

“Love is one fanciful reveling for a one who cannot depart away from it, to be among Hell. It is not Hell, this love, for humans without it, are demons. We uncloak ourselves, nude, so vulnerable, and cannot be anything other than honest, when we love. As we find more sweetness in seduction, we will […]

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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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Quote – “The Only Definition of Diversity” – 6/7/2020

“Diversity must be defined as stemming from knowledge over one’s own culture, traditions, and ways. Diversity cannot be departed from tradition, as that would go against the belief in new ideas. To define diversity as related to what already is diverse about a world, will cause this definition to adhere to a cycle of repetition. […]

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