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The Philosophy of the Great Sin Hunt – Part Three

For the noble hearts who prefer to be unknown.

Author’s Note: The book’s primary intent was to justify human’s subconscious consumption of the infamous Seven Deadly Sins. With its twists and turns that may or may not exist in one’s mind, Philosophy has become the ultimate king.

I see you. I know you. I feel you.

From at first glance. From afar. From your end corner. Your timid eyes are a wonder. Your mind transcends through a facade. Your respectful distance answers a question.

You move me. You break my heart. You invite me into your sanctuary to awaken my sweet little monsters. The words. The music. To read our deepest desires. To listen to our madness. To see our reality. We care. We love. We live it. Though our enigmatic culture is the only master that keeps us going. With a stirring purpose. With selfless intentions. With humility.

For those who have abandoned their dreams. For those who fear life. For geniuses who are oblivious to their brilliance. For the noble hearts who prefer to be unknown.

My heart is yours forever.

There is nothing to worry. As I would still go on with my everyday concerns and argue with symphonies and piano sonatas playing in my animated silence.

– the noble heart

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