Philosophy – “On the Connection of Prejudice with the Celebration of Diversity” – 1/16/2022

"What else is different, other than what we can notice, at first glance? Upon the surface, there lies the difference. Beyond the surface, we notice something else. We notice ourselves."- Modern Romanticism There is nothing diverse between humans, other than what we see, at first glance. The way a person who is familiar with art… Continue reading Philosophy – “On the Connection of Prejudice with the Celebration of Diversity” – 1/16/2022

Quote – “To Kill or to Embrace the Monster” – 1/9/2022

"There is a monster in each of us, dying to be let loose. When we subdue the monster, we hurl it back in its cage. Can we kill it? We cannot. Our true outcome should be to embrace the beast, and then watch it weep. Why does the monster release these tears? It is because… Continue reading Quote – “To Kill or to Embrace the Monster” – 1/9/2022

Quote – “How a Person Cares” – 1/3/2022

"There is no resource available to the individual that can be the replacement to their individuality. That is, there is no resource that can have a person care for what is faulted of themselves. No amount of schooling nor dosage of words can tell a person they must show concern for what is wrong with… Continue reading Quote – “How a Person Cares” – 1/3/2022

Philosophy – “Why Love Conquers All” – 12/21/2021

"No one can regret to love. Because, to love wasn't a choice. When we look back upon the first time we held a hand, can we analyze the circumstance? Can we ever come a conclusion or reason for that moment? Or is that merely us doubting what is has grown into something spectacular?"- Modern Romanticism… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Love Conquers All” – 12/21/2021

Philosophy – “Why Humans were not Meant to Think like Computers” – 12/20/2021

"The machine is purely functional. A human, more than functional. Unlike the computer, human emotions represent our freedom. We cannot think, without feeling. We cannot be logical, without the direction that emotions are always expressed. With control over emotions, not the absence of them, this is what defines logic. Logic is not pure in simple… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Humans were not Meant to Think like Computers” – 12/20/2021

Excerpt – Chapter I: “The Unconditional State of Love” – 11/29/2021

"Love is alien. When do we find it? We do not, because love is not bought. Nor is love sold, because it is the gift. Although, love is capable of punishment the same as it is to forgive. Both of these are gifts, of punishment and forgiveness, since it is a judge. Love is a… Continue reading Excerpt – Chapter I: “The Unconditional State of Love” – 11/29/2021

Quote – “What is Art?” – 11/22/2021

"Art cannot be said to reference chaos, because chaos is not a creation. If specific art is said to be a representation of chaos, though was also created, then this is contradictory. Art is a creation, though chaos is not. Chaos is merely the absence of creation, because one cannot create what is chaotic. Order… Continue reading Quote – “What is Art?” – 11/22/2021

Why God cannot be Proven

"Love is eternal, though only upon beginnings. If creation is love, then love is always behind an individual towards where they could not see nor prove its existence. In the Atheist’s request that the existence of God should be proven, it is not possible when no human, as an imperfect being with consumable flesh, can… Continue reading Why God cannot be Proven

Love Quote – “Love, more Maddening than Lust” – Pt. 2 – 11/12/2021

"We can scream in love's face, begging for it to go, though it will remain as the haunt. As humans, our errors are always in what we are incapable of overcoming. Can we overcome love? No, for it is love that overcomes us. Why are we in pain, when a loved one has exited our… Continue reading Love Quote – “Love, more Maddening than Lust” – Pt. 2 – 11/12/2021

Philosophy Series – “On Prejudice” – Pt. 1 – 11/1/2021

"One can be ignorant without being prejudiced, though one cannot be prejudiced without being ignorant."- Modern Romanticism Take the singular individual, separated from the group, and in one's sight upon them, there can be the statement that says there is ignorance for them. As in, the observant person has no knowledge of them. In this… Continue reading Philosophy Series – “On Prejudice” – Pt. 1 – 11/1/2021

Excerpt – Chapter 38 – “Taboo Words – A Ban on Individualism” – 10/26/2021

"If words, ever being remembered, are banned, such are truthful. It is not what is factual that is ever considered taboo, though what inspires human curiosity or further thought upon the subject. To this, the idea to believe that words, on their own, are violent, is the mere promotion that individualism should be suppressed. It… Continue reading Excerpt – Chapter 38 – “Taboo Words – A Ban on Individualism” – 10/26/2021

Philosophy – “Why Equity does not Care” – 10/26/2021

"No standard of obligation is a claim of care to another individual or even a collective gathering. There is no amount of monetary value that can out-measure what is the heart's weight in gold. One cannot care, without comprehending what possesses worth versus what has value."- Modern Romanticism All of value pertains to how much… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Equity does not Care” – 10/26/2021