I thought it would be fun to share the things I’ve enjoyed throughout the week.
A Video I watched
Stefan Molyneux hosts the most popular philosophy show on the planet. Although he seems to be, or tries to appear, painfully ignorant on some topics, he still is quite smart.
You don’t have to agree with everything a person says to learn from them.
He has published several videos where he discusses with a professor named Dr. Duke Pesta, and they are some of his best videos ever.
In this discussion they talk about:
- The logic of Christianity
- What Jesus Christ said
- Why society is becoming increasingly collectivistic
- Much more
I strongly recommend you to listen. You will start thinking about things in a different light.
A Livestream I Attended
I also want you to watch Roosh Hour #38. (Roosh Hour may be the best live stream on the internet. And men who stand for speaking the truth need to support him in some way.)
Roosh V gives his take on recent events. And he does so with great humor.
An Article I Liked
“How People Actually Sell Their Soul” on LifeOfWar.com
Most people believe that selling your soul requires some kind of secret ritual, meeting, or contract. They also believe that only certain people can sell their soul. The truth is that anyone can sell their soul at any time, and they do it every day.
Want to know how people do it? Here it is:
This was a very honest, to-the-point blog post. It brings my mind to the idea that God doesn’t punish you for your sins.
Committing a sin is punishment in itself.
A Podcast I Enjoyed
On Thursdays, I always listen to the Bold And Determined podcast during my workout. This week, it was partly about the Freemasons which I knew nothing about before. Sparked my interest.
A commentor on the Bold And Determined blog also stood out to me:
The commenter whined on for much longer than that. He single-handedly lead me to the conclusion that fear is the tool of Satan.
As soon as you accept fear…
… you become a victim and spend your life whining like a bitch. About things that may not be true and don’t affect you.
You can’t let emotions like fear or despair get the upper hand over you. You need to view reality for what it really is. But be stone-cold about it.
Nothing becomes better when you start screaming about the evils of the world. To others, you only sound like a wicked conspiracy theorist. You transform yourself into a caricature.
Will you focus on the dirt, the evil parts of this world? Or will you aspire for higher and stand for what’s good? You can’t focus on two things at once, and you tend to attract what you lay your eyes on.
A Quote I Think About
“Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.” Matthew 7:13-14.
I have always been a lone wolf, which has given me the benefit of not always walking in the direction of everyone else. In fact, I follow a heuristic (rule of thumb): If everyone else likes something, you should not.
This was beneficial to me a couple of years ago, when Jordan Peterson became a world-star in a matter of months. Everyone talked about him. Friends, family, local media and national TV. Why?
Because he is a satanist who tricks young men into his evil philosophy. Because he wants to make money and connived with the elite to grow a following artificially.
He is a “made man”.
But because I always become careful when everyone else loves something, I was able to see through his lies from the get-go.
Those were some of the things I enjoyed this week.
I will need to think about a good name for this weekly segment until next week.
And until next time,
— Alexander Contrarian