Quote – “The Impossibility of Inherent Evil” – Pt. 2 – 9/5/2020

“Were a scientist to attempt to numb human pain, they’d only succeed in burying their humanity alive, not ever dead. Were that same scientist to attempt to replace all their human flesh with metal, they’d still require a human component to maintain functionality. Otherwise, they’d lose themselves. It is the same with understanding that a […]

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Quote – “The Impossibility of Inherent Evil” – 9/5/2020

“For human functionality to take place, then humanity must be, even at the smallest increment, existent in the person’s spirit. Even the human who attempts to make themselves purely machine, would not function were it not for the small percentage of humanity still stored within them. To be 99% the psychopath or the narcissist is […]

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Philosophy – “The Stupidities & Intelligence of Men & Women” – 9/2/2020

“A generalization is not so much the trivialization of a person, place, or thing. It is more the act of simplifying a person, place, or thing so that ambition, as a drive for stupidity, does not bring in a chaotic mentality.” – Modern Romanticism A man is direct, and straightforward. He is weak, when he […]

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Quote – “Why Online Friends are not Real Friends” – 8/6/2020

“The quality to the quantity of a friendship, should matter more over its opposite. Why would a person believe that their 1,000+ online-only connections matter more than the few they truly trust to be physically close to them? It seems the trust factor has been completely ommitted in online friendship, to the point where it […]

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Quote – “The Difference Between Capability and Ambition” – 8/6/2020

“Some will argue that their way to be ‘able’ in this world, is being drowned out. Yet, in the form that ambition takes, something far greater always emerges. For to be capable simply refers to being able to lift the brick, to place it in another location. To be ambitious means to envision an entire […]

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Philosophy – “The Reason for the Coronavirus” – Pt. 2 – 8/5/2020

“If betrayal of trust, to the personal level, can be met with reaction through vengeance, then it is love, itself, to do the same. It will be, in such a latter case, on a global scale.” – Modern Romanticism Love is the emotion of trust, to be physically close with another enough to not believe […]

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Quote – “Love, the Inextinguishable Flame” – 8/4/2020

“As humans manifest their power in terms of numbers, it is love that remains the oneness. In a scenario where a human believes they can bury their memories beneath the grave, hurl the past behind, it is simple denial. A human denies the ‘existence’ of God, in the same way that they deny their own […]

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Philosophy – “The Reason for the Coronavirus” – 7/30/2020

“Growth is elevated to the point of comfort. To that degree, humans must decline in numbers so that external stability is generated. Survival is the most prominent necessity for any organism, making life so precious in its fight to remain.” – Modern Romanticism Many factors exist within what is to be said, here. Though, two […]

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Quote – “The Definition of Loss” – 7/30/2020

“One does not know the definition of loss, until they’ve learned to love less of themselves, and more of something else. One knows the definition of selfishness, when they’ve taken more value to themselves, and less of everything else.” – Modern Romanticism

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Words – “From Empathy to Hearts” – 11/9/2019

“Can empathy be brutal? Yes. It can be brutal. It can be brutal upon the lover and the loved. Love is an emotion that stirs night into day, until the star we carried in our minds, is lingering above our drunken faces. We will deny love as long as possible, until it begins to hunt […]

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