I wanted to start the year by giving credit for a few wise things I gleamed from other people’s blogs and work in 2020. I am hoping that we can make a great run of things in 2021. It may be a time to fight but it is also a time to be great. Let us not be sorry.
Special thanks to my comrade Nikolai at https://sovietmen.wordpress.com/.
Please check out his book The Poor Man’s Guide to Financial Freedom at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086YHWV8C?ref_=k4w_oembed_0opgncBSDihZYS&tag=kpembed-20&linkCode=kpd.
I have a male family member that bemoans his wife’s health issues and mental decline. He contributes to this due to his childlike behavior, overly emotional actions, and lack of healthy masculinity. His health is not maintained and he chooses to slip away into childish pursuits. His wife shows more masculine features and behaviors since I knew her in her better days. She needs a strong lean in her direction.
If you are unhappy, ask yourself this question. “Is she dominant because it is her nature or because you have failed to lead?” I would venture to say in most cases today it is a man’s failure to own his masculinity and lead. Or worse, be someone unfit to lead and unworthy of following. Acting like a man-child… A huge issue for men today.
I think that many Appalachian-American’s among me badmouth Somalia without knowing anything about it. It was nice to see someone else see the good in a much maligned foreign culture.
But back to Saudi Arabia. The Saudis have to be the most polite and friendly people that I have ever experienced in their own country. Yes, I know that we are supposed to hate them, that they flew planes into buildings, human rights, blah blah blah. Listen, I couldn’t care less anymore. They were delightful. After the overt narcissism of the West it is just so refreshing to go to a country that has its own culture and protects it. I respect the Saudis because they don’t give a hoot what the rest of the world thinks of them.
This is something that delusional feminists and a few women I know never get; situational awareness. Men have to be aware of their surroundings and the “intentions” of others. We can’t hide behind the way that other people should act.
Half of life is making the right choices; the other half is avoiding bad situations and individuals. I have seen many men of ability be derailed in life through association with trouble. It is not enough to be a good man: one must avoid bad situations with heightened presence of mind. Every young man, whether he knows it or is oblivious to it, walks along a tightrope stretched over burning coals… Avoid any association with illegal or questionable activity. Avoid booking passage on leaking ships. Avoid employment in doomed enterprises. Avoid darkened alleys, pathways leading along precipices, snowy peaks, sudden storms, and ocean floors. Know, my son, that some places are not meant for human visitation.