Quote – “Why Unity is the Simple Remembrance of it” – 1/15/2021

“There is no need to create unity, when it is already before us. We behold unity when we simply remind ourselves of what is important, versus what is not. For what causes division is the forgetfulness of being one of a kind next to another human being. We merely need to remind ourselves of the […]

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Philosophy – “When a Fool Believes in Truth over Facts” – 1/10/2021

“To perhaps the political realm or even the marketing realm, truth is like silver, malleable enough to be twisted into a different shape. Each person will look upon that shape, see something different, though only because the sculptor to truth has molded it that way.” – Modern Romanticism Truth is deceptive to the eye of […]

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Poem – “A Place where Love Belongs” – Romanticism – 1/9/2021

My eyes closeTo reopenUpon an aching realm,Where hands shatter before they are claspedIn the deepest prayer between others. Thoughts may overlap,Though nothing collectsWith the beauties that make us poignant,Make us sureFor the stars that ascend, in the dark. We believe,Though we keep to beThe recollections as weapons,The miniscule tidesUpon the driven shores,As pettiness swallowsThe poison […]

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Quote – “Unity Between People” – 1/9/2021

“Distrust breeds itself upon those whose grudges bare themselves in remembrance. Memories that do linger, latch themselves as leeches to siphon away any thoughts of a future where hands are held, as steps are walked. Though, between those of shared pain, there is that hurt laying beneath the flames of anger. It is our ocean. […]

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Quote – “The Simplicity of Love” – 9/27/2020

“For the complications of love, there is remembrance. For the dramas of love, there is remembrance. For the sorrows and angers of love, there is remembrance. For each thing that drowns the love beneath, there should be as its cure, the memory of how such a union began. Only in those memories, can the present […]

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Quote – “How Cold to be to a Nation so Bright?” – 9/8/2020

“How can bravery stand, when the flag burns? How can she, who I love, be placed atop the nation of a many? How can, when civil war breaks loose, I must withdraw from her arms to the plight of a salvation? To save all who could die, alongside. Rather, to quiet the beating drum of […]

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Quote – “The Constriction of a Utopia” – 7/29/2020

“All man-made peace is as lasting as the union first gathered. Its duration ends upon the constriction of that collection, down to the smaller units, until it becomes the individual whose mind has questioned what is. For it is that the utopia can only ever be true, when individualized. A person whose mind is not […]

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Quote – “The need for Unity” – 7/5/2020

“There is, to each person, their preference, their race, their creed, their religion, and everything else. Anything past this is to the realization that despite having a different story, we bleed the same tears. When someone dies among ourselves, precious to us, we feel the same pain. We all feel the same torments, the same […]

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Philosophy – “On Trust, through a Virus” – 6/14/2020

What is the very difference between trust for a person, who might have a disease, or to simply trust another person? Is there any difference within the word “trust” by these two scenarios? To love another, to trust another, and when blending both “love” and “trust” together, the only thing that may divide a relationship […]

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Dialogue – “The Evidence of God” – 6/15/2019

Q: You say that to seek the “evidence of God”, one must look no further than upon themselves and their yearnings? A: What have we of the “Second Coming”? It can only mean that such an event is similar to any other event in one’s life, that involves the “return of love”. As well, the […]

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