a hardcore romanticism

“I think this is the point where the mind has to go on an evolving stage. The lazy mind cannot grasp it. The lazy mind cannot function. Things like cynicism and irony and negativity, those are syndromes of a lazy mind. It takes no effort to give in. It’s too easy to be a cynic. It’s too easy to be ironic. It’s too easy to be negative. It’s a lot more harder to be like Charles Bukowski or Tom Waits and find a piece of trash on the street and be like, “You know what? This is the best f***ing thing I’ve ever seen in my f***ing life.” It’s a hardcore romanticism. I kind of come from that school of thought. I think that being here on Earth is a gift to make a full use of before whatever the next stage is. A lot effort is required for that. I’m not scared of the effort and willing to give my 100% to speed up evolution. Something has got to happen.”

-Eugene Hutz

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6 thoughts on “a hardcore romanticism

  1. I found a note from my class, on writing, that read: sarcasm is easy and this generation relies too much on it. This website continues to be such an important source of strength through some terrifically trying times. Thank you, Opalusmentis, whoever you are.

  2. Quick question to the admin: how come the post is new, but the comments before mine are dated 2010?

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