Category Archives: Addiction

What’s The Reward For Despair?

My premise for this blog post is that we tend to see the world as we are more than as it is. I notice many Trump supporters are black-pilled about Trump and about the future of the United States. I … Continue reading

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Why Do People Over-Schedule?

I notice that many people have a compulsion to be frantically busy. What do they get out of overscheduling themselves? * It enables them to detach from reality and to live in fantasy. They can imagine that they are supermen, … Continue reading

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Bringing Souls Out Of Hiding

Ideas that give me energy: * Pursuing excellence. * Think about what I’ve done excellently * Think about the look on the faces of people who appreciate me. Think about the pretty girls I’ve kissed and how they said wow … Continue reading

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The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph

Here are some highlights from this 2014 book by Ryan Holiday: * As Gavin de Becker writes in The Gift of Fear, “When you worry, ask yourself, ‘What am I choosing to not see right now?’ What important things are … Continue reading

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The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles

Here are some highlights from this 2002 book: * Most of us have two lives. The life we live, and the unlived life within us. Between the two stands Resistance. * Late at night have you experienced a vision of … Continue reading

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