Spiritualize your warfare.
Everybody faces opponents throughout their lives, but the simple truth is that our worst enemies are ourselves; our weaknesses, our emotions, our lack of resolve.
Most people tend to avoid resistance and pain, and take the easy path. The result is mediocrity and failure. A more constructive option is to welcome discomfort, conflict, and tribulation as opportunities to understand ourselves and grow stronger. Steel is forged in fire.
Shun happiness. The desire for a positive experience is in itself a negative experience.
Paradoxically, the acceptance of one’s negative experience is itself a positive experience. Understand that you are not special.
Accepting your own mediocrity frees you to focus on those things that you want to improve. The more we admit we do not know, the more we open ourselves to learning.
Choose a struggle.
People are at their best when they are striving and fighting for something, and when they are a part of something greater than themselves. What do you want to spend your life fighting for? What greater thing do you want to be a part of?
Value process and improvement over product. Enjoy the ride; the destination will take care of itself.
“I know we’re screwed, but what can I do about it?”
A starter list;
1- The big banks are our enemy, and will become more active with control measures as time goes by. Remove every dime you have from them, and use a local credit union instead.
2- Television and gaming are huge time sinks, and slightly less worse money sinks. Put both of them behind you, and use the time on things that will improve you, and your personal network. Sell your TV to a Leftist to hamstring their life.
3- Start with you. You have one body, one mind, and one spirit. Use your new-found time to do something to improve and maintain all three, every day.
4- Find a side cash gig. Find a way to monetize a hobby, or other thing you enjoy. Start small, tinker and tune, and grow it.
5- Start a garden, no matter how small. Live in an apartment? Start a box garden on your deck. Learn with an eye towards scalability. The more food you can grow, the more independent you are, and the more essential goods you have to trade and/or sell. Adding half a dozen chickens will give you chemical free pesticide and fertilizer, and enough eggs to make you sick of eating them and add to your trade/sell inventory.
6- Build your personal network. The lone wolf notion is Hollywood BS. We need other people for happiness, security and prosperity. Start by making family and friends more central. Add like minded coworkers and neighbors. Good people in your life will bring more joy to you than any other thing on this Earth.
7- Cities are bastions of Leftist thought and control. Do what you can to move 50+ miles from any city of 50K or more, and 100+ miles from any city of 100K or more. Physical separation from the centers of Liberalism, diversity fetishism, technocratic control, and anti-White hate is as difficult as it is valuable.
It’s not the end all, but it will make your part of the world brighter, and give you and those around you hope. – Mr. Mack