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Modern Romanticism

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

Words of Wisdom – “Between Reality and Love” – Philosophy on Love – 10/16/2019

October 16, 2019
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“In reality, we walk upon Earth. As well, we walk upon others. Obsessed with reality, we unknowingly walk upon others, through, as well, our obsession with discovery. Discovery of all realities, all things there to be touched, smelled, or tasted, are the senses we utilize when we perceive something in closeness. And yet, such senses of those individual three, are always to be the senses utilized when in that ‘heat of lust’ we describe to be made for ‘blood, sweat, and tears’. From flesh, we bleed, and through pain, we feel it. From sweat, we smell it. From tears, we taste them, as they drain to our open mouth. And, for the other two senses, of sight and sound, we can still be close enough to see, close enough to hear, either the sight of pain, or the sounds of pain.

For to be close enough to touch, smell, or taste, may as well be close enough to be the cause of the injury. For how can we cause the injury without opening the wound, or in the case of discovery, opening the book?

‘Appetite’ is the word we use during when we consume, utilizing the three ‘lustful senses’ in exact consecutive order. We touch the flesh, to smell the flesh, to taste the flesh. And, we are all rapists of ourselves and others at that point, obsessed with privacy and identity.”

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Words of Wisdom – “The Pauper upon the Throne/The Victim upon the Throne/The Wounded upon the Throne, is the Animal on the Throne” – Political Philosophy – 10/14/2019

October 14, 2019
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“The start of a Democratic revolution created the dethroning of every Monarch known for every society. All paupers, facing injustice and inequality, comprehended nothing of the word ‘provision’. Any pauper who faces the misery of survival, is never to know the meaning of ‘the offering’. If they have something to give, that would mean they have plenty for themselves. And, most paupers have nothing to give, save for kind stares and warm hearts. Though, to a population under Democratic rule, kind stares and warm hearts do not feed a population. From this, creates greater poverty, under the iron thumb of Socialism.

Paupers, or victims, or the wounded upon the throne of leadership, creates inevitably a nation of consumerism. When a pauper is needy, when a victim is needy, when someone with wounds is needy, they want to consume. Greed is thus the manifestation of that society.”

Words of Wisdom – “A Man’s Manhood in Romance” – Philosophy on Love – 10/14/2019

October 14, 2019
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“Should a man smile upon the exiting from a romance, he is dirt. He is the fool, without the water that he ever drunk from being the waters of a woman’s heart. The path before him was always solid as dirt, and he never was inside a woman’s heart. He was sure, he was certain, without any place to soak himself in her tears, shower himself in her sadness; because, when he does, that is when he does the second thing to prove himself, after the first thing. Begging for forgiveness is the second time when a man submits himself to her might. A woman’s might, in this sense, places a man first on his knees, during when he proposes, and the second time on his knees when he’s committed a grave error that may end the romance.

The quote that describes a man’s home as his fortress, are the walls he keeps sturdy from within, because those walls are the walls of a woman’s heart. He is within it, and he is trapped, willingly so.”

Words of Wisdom – “A Man’s Tears of Failure” – Philosophy on Love – 10/14/2019

October 14, 2019
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“When does a man weep, one may ask? It is when he has lost. Show a woman to him, and he will never again see the world in black and white, caught between success and failure. He will see the colors of her, from her smile, from her scent, from her garments.

Though, should he lose her, he will feel as though he’s lost, once more, receding him back to a former time. He will never want to see his own face, he will neglect cleaning himself, and his own garments will turn to rags.”

Words of Wisdom – “The Result of a Disheveled Romance, at the Fault of Man” – Philosophy on Love – 10/14/2019

October 14, 2019
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“Does a man treat love as a game? If so, then his woman will play along to the beat of however he plays her heart. She will dance to betrayal, so to speak, as his loss of loyalty will be the music of betrayal. To a woman, betrayal is subtle, and seen first by her, though kept as a secret for her gossip. How does a woman lie? It is through what she observes, and in what she has accepted to be the truth, even if what she has embraced is going to affect her enough to damage her. She cares not for the definition of truth, but merely embraces what is given to her, as that could be either anything at random, or everything in wholeness. And, it is up to a man to give himself, all of himself, so that she comprehends not the truth, but his honesty. It is this way, because she will not be able to differ truth from lie, though only the offering, in whatever a man has made up for himself, before he met her.”

Words of Wisdom – “Love is a Glorious Illness” – Philosophy on Love – 10/13/2019

October 13, 2019
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“Love is an ailment, alike the state of dying from any ordinary illness, where we do not want, nor care for, a cure to either its symptoms, its pain, nor the disease itself. It is unlike life, where in that life, where we possess the energy for a voice, to state that illnesses must be cured.”

Words of Wisdom – “The Definition of Division” – Political Philosophy – 10/11/2019

October 11, 2019
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“To imagine division as contrasting from subtraction, and then multiplication as contrasting from addition, is to see the family for addition, and for division to subdue addition or the family into division. Then, to see death as the fear for a populace that struggles among survival, will see multiplication and arrogance, resulting from a fear of death, as in the realm of ‘mass production’.”

Words of Wisdom – “The Definition of Truth” – Philosophy on Art – 10/11/2019

October 11, 2019
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“Atheism is a place of mind that believes in the Bible as lies, as the Romans did, during when they scarred Christ’s flesh. Relate now, truth to the same definition as flesh, and when truth is denied, flesh is always scarred. What derives from this, is change. From truth, to unrecognizable abnormality. Truth, or flesh, is meant to be clean, direct, and without damage. With damage, there is a lie, there was vulnerability upon Christ’s skin, ‘proof’ that Christ, or truth, could not withstand the blows from the scourge whip upon him. From the beating upon him, the Romans attempted to prove the vulnerability of truth, and succeeded. For Atheism to believe in the Bible as lies, is only in the same mindset as the Romans; that is, to ‘deny the truth’, becomes a belief in comfort, and science. Science creates changes, changes distort truth. Science creates question, and continued question from the Power of Reason, is never met with direct and clean answers.”

Words of Wisdom – “The Idiocy Behind a Choice” – Political Philosophy – 10/10/2019

October 10, 2019
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“The idiocy behind a choice is when we can state that the person with the choice can make a choice, merely because they can. In fighting for the choice, we then abandon every shred of wisdom that the human mind has ever explored. As well with that, we abandon sight, and clarity, and most importantly, responsibility and awareness. Those final two things make up the crux of personal leadership, and thus, the family becomes added to negligence. When we fight for the choice, we feel wrong to state that one choice can or should not, be made. We feel jeopardized in our personal decency and ethics in controlling another’s choice. And, in this, we back down from wisdom, and feel fearful enough to never put the hand forward that may stop a foolish friend from doing something that may end their own life.”

Words of Wisdom – “The Excess Fault of Self-Love” – Philosophy on Psychology – 10/10/2019

October 10, 2019
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“Where love has a place in a world of perfection, then to see oneself as imperfect would never mean to place love upon the self. One looks into a mirror, one sees obviousness. One sees what one has seen, yesterday. Though, to see another; that poses a risk. Love makes the imperfection, a perfection. Therefore, there cannot be any existence of ‘self-love’ through only the need to ‘accept imperfections’. One can only become perfect, through the love from another. It is the state of completion, over being incomplete. Love fills the void, as it is said. Therefore, to be in love with the self, is to remain imperfect, and never be complete. To see oneself as perfect, flawless, fearless, makes one arrogant and the direct and polar opposite from the loving and empathetic one, as the resentful and narcissistic one.

What, I wonder, were the first humans doing upon this Earth? They were exploring, looking for uncharted land, and most of all, they were looking for other humans.”

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