“Expedience— that’s hiding all the skeletons in the closet. That’s covering the blood you just spilled with a carpet. That’s avoiding responsibility. It’s cowardly, and shallow, and wrong.”
Lately, the Fraternity of Excellence that I’m a part of has been reading through Jordan Peterson’s book The 12 Rules for Life. It can be a bit dry and tedious in some areas, but overall, it’s still a very interesting read with many good points.
One such point that has been on my mind quite a bit as of late is Rule 7 of his book, “Pursue what is meaningful, not what is expedient.” Continue reading “Pursue Meaning, Not Expedience”
We’ve seen depression in men rise during the past few decades and the “experts” can’t seem to understand why. The fact of the matter is many writers in the manosphere understand why. It’s just that the answers are typically too politically incorrect for the mainstream experts to espouse so they hem and haw around the subject, blaming it on women taking men’s jobs in the workforce or some other trivial matter. Continue reading “Open Thread: Depression in Men and the Need to Conquer”
“The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.”
Today I saw a short clip from a well-known PUA within the Red Pill community lamenting what his life has thus amounted to. As I watched the short clip, only 26 seconds long, I could see the regret across his face like a mask. Within this short clip, he utters a truth that cuts to the very core of what has driven men all throughout history. Continue reading “Leaving a Legacy”