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The Holidays are filled with "good intentioned" Blue Pill advice (self.TheRedPill)

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It's a lock that many of you heard all kinds of shaming yesterday.

When will you settle down?

When will you have kids?

Get a safe job so you can support a family.

The list goes on and on and I'll add a new gem that I heard from my uncle who is alone, depressed and had been cheated on and used like a wallet by women all his life. I love the old man and in person treat him with kid gloves because there is no woke RP moments in his future. It would kill the old man to see how his efforts were unappreciated by women snd in fact worked against him.

He spoke of his daughters and other female cousins who were so lucky to have men who adored them. Then he dropped a ShamingNuke that he didnt think I was lucky enough to feel the same as these guys.

Translation....you don't play happy life, happy wife therefore your marriage isnt good and thus you cant be happy.

As I said, I'm not keen to treat the mortally wounded. It would do more harm than good and I love the old softie.

I did tell him the following which likely went over his head but maybe one of you will hear me.

"I love me the best. And so does my wife (loves me). It's her who runs in circles trying to please me. Those guys may have it backwards eh?"

I said it with a grin and the plausible deniability of a man who is kidding but its no joke.

Women are mercenary and view their marriages exactly through the lens I described.

Flip the script and do the same to them.

If relationships were chess, she should be in check the whole game. Never on the attack and never at a point where she is overwhelmed and gives up.


[–]Endorsed ContributorTaipanshimshon 172 points173 points  (11 children)

Play the game. Just not the same game.

[–][deleted] 80 points81 points  (8 children)

Ignoring the game doesnt make the game go away and if you don't play then you get played

[–]Endorsed ContributorTaipanshimshon 50 points51 points  (5 children)

Don't ignore it. Know their rules, and play by your own.

you mentioned checkers and chess.

thats my point

[–]3LiveAFTSOV 2 points3 points  (2 children)

You have to play by the GAMES rules. Not yours, or theirs, but the GAMES.

"You must obey the rules of the game. You can change the games, Niko Bellic, but you cannot change the rules." - Dimitri "The Red Pill" Rascalov

  • Gta4

[–][deleted] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

I've played that game before

[–]OSaraiva -1 points0 points  (0 children)

And lose all the fun of playing it.

[–]Kink3 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Don't hate the player. Don't hate the game. Learn the rules so you can win.

[–]_Thurston_Howell_ -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Oh, it's the same game, you're just going by a different set of rules.

[–]Vanguard771 103 points104 points  (16 children)

I am the last male in my generation to not be married so I am the anomaly. My family sees a young man who's active in the church, steps into leadership positions when asked, has landed a steady job in the major he went to college for, and receives constant praise from his superiors. I've never been violent, never had any trouble with police, and showed enough wisdom to avoid knocking up a girl in highschool.

What they don't see is that for so many years I've been a blue pilled beta. I have been living in the mindset of scarcity for years and have always been quick to commit. I thought honesty and communication were what women wanted and was always confused when it didn't make them happy. I treated them like queens but was never acknowledged as their king.

Swallowing the red pill has been bitter and I'm still digesting a lot of the information I've gained by reading the side bar. Seeing my past actions and relationships described to a T as examples of what not to do has been disheartening. Today I'm going to check out the local gyms in my area with plans to start lifting before the holidays are over and from there I'll begin my journey towards becoming the best version of myself that I can be.

[–]bunkmacleod 26 points27 points  (2 children)

Yeah it sucks being the last male. They will try to make you feel like an asshole or that you are selfish for wanting to live and be treated the way you should be. Just remember you owe it to yourself to be happy.

[–]RedPilledGodEmperor 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Even being the last single male friend in your male group is annoying. There is subtle "shaming" among friends because you don't have a girlfriend or aren't dating anyone.

[–]bunkmacleod 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Yeah they act like you have a problem and can't possibly be happy not dating anyone.

[–]BobLordOfTheCows 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Congrats on seeing the light, brother. I hope you reach your goals.

[–]11-Eleven-11 6 points7 points  (9 children)

We need a Christian red pill

[–]SteveStJohn 16 points17 points  (3 children)

TRP is Christian. You are a man, you are responsible... for your family, for your own happiness, for your frame. It is the gynocentric culture that tells you to resist that.

[–]gELSK 4 points5 points  (2 children)

// , Christianity, though, is all about self-sacrificial altruism.

Matthew 5:39

If TRP can be compared to any religion, likely the closest would be something out of the old testament verses of slaughter and law.

[–]SteveStJohn 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Agreed; do you think 11-Eleven-11 can practice both TRP and his faith without contradiction?

[–]gELSK 0 points1 point  (0 children)

// , Christianity has twisted like a pretzel into all sorts of compatibility and compromise.

The Red Pill, on its own, cannot be practiced without contradicting itself.¹ Christianity, on its own, cannot be practiced without contradicting itself. The two of them, together, cannot be practiced without contradicting each other.

But TRP is a praxeology. So the question, here, is: "Does the contradiction matter?"

Cognitive dissonance affects people differently. Most of the Christians I know could rationalize predatory cannibalism with their faith, if it became necessary to their successful social integration.

The contradiction between Christianity and all sorts of other ideas does not tend to matter, in practical terms of testable predictions of the behavior of Christians.

¹ unless you only focus on the results, which have more randomized/normal distribution than a strategy can account for.

[–]mgtidi 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Blackram313 quotes the Bible a lot and though I'm not Christian I think it's cool how redpilled the Bible is

[–]Senior Endorsed ContributorVasiliyZaitzev 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Check out Dalrock's blog. It's linked on the sidbar.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Don't get me wrong I'm not anti-christianity-- I spent a lot of my youth in the church-- but TRP is about sexual strategy, first and foremost, which most Christian men could not implement. No escalation, no closes, not if you're actually following your own religion.

That being said- Christian boys could use a modified version of the red pill. I had not seen even one genuinely strong man enter the church in 12ish years of participating. They're all fucking soy boys. Definitely not how it should be.

[–]MagicCharles 76 points77 points  (9 children)

A lot of family dinners, especially with older relatives, are shaming fests simply because they rationally can't be otherwise. All your older relatives (especially the women) only want you to continue the bloodline. They view marriage as the only way to do that, and will advocate it with no regard to the consequences to a member of their family.

[–]TangoZulu 82 points83 points  (1 child)

You have to remember that the world is a very different place than it was when previous generations were young. Advice comes from personal experiences, and their personal experiences come from a significantly different time. Doesn’t mean that they are selfishly “disregarding your well-being to continue the bloodline”. All it means is that the rules of society have changed since they were in the game.

[–]MagicCharles 11 points12 points  (0 children)

I've always been suspicious of the women and the middle aged men in my family. I always have the creeping suspicion that the former play for team women first and have my best interest second, and that the middle aged men (in my particular case) were raised in gynocentric households, often by a single mother. As for the older people, I do agree that circumstances are drastically different.

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    [–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (3 children)

    It's ego protection. My dear uncle looks at his son In laws and he sees his own path validated. When faced with another whose mental point of origin is himself, not his woman, he faces a quandry.

    The mental gymnastics ensure here where it's ME who must have the problem.

    I wrote this to flesh it out. I don't see his comments as malicious but as face saving. He is weak, yes, but that doesn't mean he is my enemy. PART OF TRP IS JUDGING YOUR OWN ACTIONS.

    Let the codger think what he wants to rest easy....water off my back

    [–]Rollo_Mayhem3 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    "It's ego protection."

    Much of what we hear from non-TRP individuals is exactly ego-protection. I've always had a suspicion that when I would respond to this shaming at family gatherings unknowingly in a TRP way, (i.e. I want to play the field, I want a younger woman) the men were either straight-up in ego protection mode because they yearned for the carefree days and misery loves company...or as someone eluded to..the game and its rules have changed and some were genuinely concerned for me. For one of my cousin's it was enough for him to despise me, although he tried hard not to act like a dick to me.

    Although,the most TRP advice from a family member interestingly enough was from my 90 y.o grandmother...she said, don't give your girlfriend what she wants and see how see responds...then she'll show her true stripes.

    [–]pragmaticminimalist -1 points0 points  (0 children)

    nice answer- the ego is not your amigo

    [–]BewareTheOldMan 25 points26 points  (1 child)

    For all intents and purposes, marriage is one of the best ways to ensure family legacy and continued bloodline. There are some who argue that rearing children in a stable marriage/family environment is literally the last legitimate reason to support the idea, concept, and institution of legal marriage – assuming it is indeed a stable, loving, and healthy family environment. Can anyone imagine the Kennedys or the Trump Families producing out of wedlock children all over the place and referring to the ensuing chaos as "family legacy?"

    Virtually everything else associated with the trappings of marriage can be conducted with cohabitation or within the confines of a Long-Term Relationship (LTR) - neither of which offers true/legitimate legal standing, associated benefit…or true legacy/heritage.

    Family members truly mean well, but many of the older set have little clue of today's dating, mating, and marriage paradigm. The shift is so great that many of those same well-intentioned family members would likely say otherwise if they were aware of the terrible truth related to current male-female interpersonal relations.

    [–][deleted] 43 points44 points  (7 children)

    This is a huge reason that TRP is so hard tp swallow for so many. When you love a woman, you want to put her first and make her happy. But if you do, she turns on you.

    In reality, the best way to keep her interested and happy is to be fairly self-centered while giving her just enough so that she knows you do care about her a little. There is nothing that makes a woman happier than knowing a high-value man wants her around.

    [–][deleted] 16 points17 points  (4 children)

    "In reality, the best way to keep her interested and happy is to be fairly self-centered while giving her just enough so that she knows you do care about her a little. There is nothing that makes a woman happier than knowing a high-value man wants her around"

    +1

    We here are the men who truly love women because we love them for what they are. Not what we wish they were

    [–]BobLordOfTheCows 8 points9 points  (3 children)

    I'm not happy with what they are. I wish they were capable of being as loyal as men, but that just isn't the reality. Adapt and overcome.

    [–][deleted] 24 points25 points  (2 children)

    I wish I had a pony that shit diamonds

    [–]thefisherman1961 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    giving her just enough so that she knows you do care about her a little.

    That's one of the hardest parts of being in an LTR. Give her just not enough, and she gets annoying and comfort tests constantly. Give her a little too much, and the shit tests start.

    [–]dumnem -1 points0 points  (0 children)

    This is a huge reason that TRP is so hard tp swallow for so many. When you love a woman, you want to put her first and make her happy. But if you do, she turns on you.

    Yep. It's such a pain in the ass and it's why LTRs are so hard to actually maintain, especially in an era where we lie to men so they become beta providers for the sake of economy.

    [–]sunbro29 27 points28 points  (10 children)

    Another big part of BP Holiday advice is spending money on girls you’re dating or even worse, attempting to date. Don’t.

    [–]WelfareWarriorZ 7 points8 points  (2 children)

    Haha. If it feels weird to get them a gift trust your gut and don't. Even if they say they bought you one.

    [–]sunbro29 9 points10 points  (1 child)

    I’d say it doesn’t matter what your gut says if she’s not already an LTR; don’t buy them anything.

    [–]WelfareWarriorZ 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    Yeah I agree to your point. I like that stance better

    [–]m0rphing -5 points-4 points  (0 children)

    I had my first girlfriend in grade 5. She bought me a bunch of candy for Christmas. I got her nothing because I didn't feel like buying her shit. She broke up with me and I was like "Meh, whatever." and then we continued to fool around anyway for years after. And I enjoyed eating every last bit of that candy.

    [–]TheWinterCometh -2 points-1 points  (4 children)

    This. I almost spent €18 to buy chocolate for a girl who I’m thinking of approaching but never have. I had to give my head a serious wiggle. Need The New Tear to come soon, before I do something stupid..

    [–]thefisherman1961 0 points1 point  (3 children)

    "Hello nice to meet you, I'm a beta provider"

    [–]TheWinterCometh -1 points0 points  (2 children)

    What??! I have never bought a woman anything before. This is the first girl I’ve had feelings for in close to 10 years and it’s probably why I almost did something that stupid. Definitely not a beta provider by any means.

    [–]thefisherman1961 5 points6 points  (0 children)

    No I'm not calling you a beta provider. I'm saying if you approach a woman you've never met before with chocolates, she's going to immediately categorize you as a beta

    [–]U-94 28 points29 points  (0 children)

    I have crushed my immediate family and extended family by essentially staying single and having a more exciting life. I'm 32 now and only see them on X-mas these days as I have always lived far away from home. Never at any point did their innocent questioning about my relationship status make me feel guilty. They are in hell and I'm not. No one should ever let this nonsense bother you.

    [–]dirtygarbage1974 37 points38 points  (1 child)

    OP you need to be quiet about this shit or word it much better. This how you will start gossip about your relationship. And/or reputation.

    "I expect my wife to adore me as much as I adore her" is the frame you should instill. In my opinion. (Not in your head but in a setting like this)

    [–][deleted] 24 points25 points  (0 children)

    I don't need to do anything but in some situations your statement could be used

    [–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil 30 points31 points  (8 children)

    Slave morality hates individualism in all of it's wonderful manifestations. Slave morality wants to drag everything it touches into slave morality.

    [–]gELSK 1 point2 points  (7 children)

    // , The same is true of master morality, though it happens implicitly, rather than as an explicit goal.

    [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (6 children)

    Not particularly, Master Morality is inherently elitist. It champions virtues like strength, honour, and power, values that only the powerful few can embody. Slave morality subverts these values, and vindictively champions weakness, cowardice, and inaction. Only it dresses them up as restraint, pity, and humility. If only few can be strong, then anyone can be weak. So Slave Morality has the capacity to enslave everyone, but only some can be Masters. Not that Nietzsche recommended either of them.

    [–]gELSK 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    // , You assume that slaves cannot respect the virtues of their masters.

    [–]mummersfarce_is_done 0 points1 point  (4 children)

    Even further

    In Master morality, bad virtues are an afterthought. It concerns itself with good values first and foremost. If you don't have them, well it sucks to be you bye bye.

    In Slave morality however, good virtues are an afterthought. It focuses on what is bad. Well, whatever master morality deems good are bad. So whatever good must be the opposite of them.

    Master morality gazes upon what is good. Slave morality gazes upon what is bad. If you look into the abyss, the abyss looks into you. No wonder slave morality is so toxic.

    [–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (3 children)

    Very well expressed, Slave Morality does stem from the ressentiment of the Master's values. Although it has some value in itself - it's raised the cunning and intelligence of humanity (centuries of scheming and mental gymnastics will do that for you) but at a huge cost to our overall being.

    Although, Nietzsche believed that when the Slaves become the Masters, this heralded the coming of the Ubermensch. Probably (in part) due to the amount of suffering created by Slave Morality forging a being that's inhumanly strong. So maybe we shouldn't judge Slave Morality too harshly, it may serve a greater purpose yet.

    [–]mummersfarce_is_done 0 points1 point  (2 children)

    I don't see how slave morality can forge a being inhumanly strong to be honest.

    [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

    It's a tantalisingly brief segment of Thus Spake Zarathustra where the birth of the Ubermensch is mentioned in relation to standard morality. From what I know about Nietzsche's vision of the Overman, my guess is that Slave Morality permeates everything surrounding him, so that the Overman is compelled to revaluate all values. Then, after he's smashed all previous valuations, the Overman is confronted with a void of meaning. Staring into this abyss sparks some soul searching, where his own tenacious inner drives are ordered into coherent values. Now, instead of viewing the world through "Good" and "Evil", the Overman orients himself in a way to best embrace life in its fullest, rather than pass judgement. So the Overman would become a 'god unto himself', living in his own world by his own rules.

    I think this journey lines up pretty well with the Three Metamorphoses of the Spirit, and includes some transvaluation, plus a little amor fati. Is it a comprehensive overview? No, but fuck it, it's the best I got right now.

    [–]mummersfarce_is_done 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    This seems to make sense. I can't help but to think we are overmen in the making.

    [–][deleted] 16 points17 points  (3 children)

    This thread reminds me of a famous quote. "Treat me like a king and I'll treat you like a queen, play me like a game and I'll show you how it's played"

    [–]banjew 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    This is the goblin king in Labyrinth right?

    [–]BigArmLife 0 points1 point  (1 child)

    It's actually more commonly used in reverse but it's still an interesting quote

    [–]cherryCanSuckMyDick 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Works better this way actually

    [–]Endorsed Contributorredpillbanana 16 points17 points  (0 children)

    Reminds me of an old joke:

    Old people at weddings always poke me and say "you're next." So I started doing the same thing to them at funerals.

    [–]majorketone 13 points14 points  (1 child)

    I was talking about my schooling with my aunt and she told me to be careful with women because they are evil and will try and use me for my money and that she is more worried about her son than any of her daughters as far as relationships are concerned. She's tradcon and kind of red pilled but its kinda ironic because she married rich and stays at home lol

    [–]Dat_Chad 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    straight from the horses mouth eh

    [–]Nomfwic 9 points10 points  (0 children)

    As a guy who lives with the perpose of staying single forever, I get his type of shaming often. The crap social programming has been forcing into us has become the standard...

    Well , I like to stand out. I like being that "catch" that will never been caught and the frustrations it causes among the ones who follow the crowds are just so amusing! Makes me smile every time. :)

    [–]pmmedenver 20 points21 points  (11 children)

    Men respect their mission and baby their woman

    Women respect their man and baby their children

    Children respect their parents and baby their pets

    Know the hierarchy. If your mission is to love yourself then you're living a vapid, narcissistic life. That being said, self improvement is often the first step in any real mission. Weak men never accomplished anything.

    [–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (10 children)

    Depends how one defines

    baby your woman

    Also, women cream panties for Narcisists.

    [–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (4 children)

    Also, women cream panties for Narcisists.

    I told my therapist the other day (when we got onto the subject of my marriage) that women stay with men who beat them but run around on men who don’t fuck them right.

    ¯_(ツ)_/¯

    [–]JackGetsIt 11 points12 points  (2 children)

    Now I'm curious as to how your therapist responded to that one.

    [–]dumnem 1 point2 points  (1 child)

    yes pls /u/crush_snort_red_pill I'm curious.

    [–]manonthemoon14 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Please deliver. I want to say the same thing

    [–]JackGetsIt 3 points4 points  (1 child)

    Remember that narcissism is almost always paired up with Machiavellianism and psychopathy. It's the triad and fruits of the triad that melts the panties not the narcissism itself.

    [–]pmmedenver -3 points-2 points  (2 children)

    Yeah well women are stupid. Why would you care about what they think?

    [–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (1 child)

    We don’t care what they think. We care what they do.

    [–]pmmedenver -1 points0 points  (0 children)

    My point was I don't give a shit if women cream panties over villains. They also cream panties over James Bond. Why would you aspire to be the villain when you can be the hero?

    [–]XZTALVENARNZEGOMSAYT 7 points8 points  (0 children)

    Behave like others, think how you want

    [–]halfback910 5 points6 points  (3 children)

    Combine this with "Family first! Gotta put family first! Before friends!"

    This is what manipulative families say. I say it's bullshit. My friends are the family I chose. They're the family I didn't choose.

    [–]phoenixtoast 8 points9 points  (2 children)

    I used to think that way, then I saw how quickly and for how little "friends" will sell you out when it suits them. I've had "friends" choose to end the friendship for as little as a $50 debt, because they thought the trollop I was talking to was pretty, and because I wouldn't help them pressure wash their house for free. Trivial basic shit, and probably a whole lot of other scenarios I forgot. Family can fuck you over too, but chances are they will still be in your life in 25 years. "Friends" come and go like the tide.

    [–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    the answer is somewhere in the middle. Family gets no free pass and can be quite toxic. Friends too can be fickle and many wont prove loyal. If you find a few people in your lifetime who actually care about you than you did well.

    [–]halfback910 5 points6 points  (0 children)

    Yeah, the problem is you need to have a very high standard for friendship.

    If you let anyone in, of course your friends are garbage. I have a higher standard for friends than I do for romantic relationships and the results speak for themselves. I have two friends, both of whom I've been friends with for longer than ten years. One of them I worked with and had the chance to fuck me over for money and didn't take it.

    If you had someone you considered a friend who fucked you over for fifty bucks, that just tells me you're a poor judge of character.

    [–]netherlanddwarf 4 points5 points  (1 child)

    Thanks for writing this, definitely surrounded by family that doesn't understand.

    [–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    sure bro. they don't need to understand and you can cheerfully power forward

    [–]Endorsed Contributorsadomasochrist 3 points4 points  (3 children)

    "Still looking for that special someone..."

    Rule 38

    [–]cherryCanSuckMyDick -1 points0 points  (1 child)

    Its hard to vomit that bullshit out with a straight face

    [–]Endorsed Contributorsadomasochrist -1 points0 points  (0 children)

    Yeah it takes a while before you realize you can't win that game. Then you just do it out of contempt for the whole god damn system.

    [–]Endorsed Contributorvandaalen 3 points4 points  (6 children)

    I found plates to go funky around the holidays as well. The issues they have with uncommited relationships amplify in that time of the year and I've had many shatter at least temporarily until feburary next year then.

    On the other hand this also seems to be the time where I most easily aquire new plates. The "singles" are missing the cozy feeling of a relationship and are in conclusion looking for a new guy in their lives - maybe he will be "the guy", who knows? - and are much easier to game.

    [–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (3 children)

    The calendar effect on plates is worth noting. I have one that dumps me every few months but always comes back in mid spring when cabin fever subsides and she has more free time in the summer

    [–]Endorsed Contributorvandaalen 6 points7 points  (2 children)

    Nice. Like a roadster that you put into the garage when the weather gets worse.

    [–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child)

    haha, love it. only this time im the roadstsr who gets garages.

    good thing I don't have oneitis.

    fuk....i don't even have 4itis

    [–]thefisherman1961 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

    Thanksgiving through Valentine's Day is a rough time for single women approaching the wall

    [–]futmut 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    Marriage is a losing game anyway...You cant play chess for long time and believe me that wont work in the long run.

    Remember...the moment you commit you become vulnerable, simple as that.

    [–]ECoast_Man 1 point2 points  (2 children)

    Family is brutal for this, but it can easily be brushed off. If you can pass a simple shit test from a broad, you can pass these.

    The only one I struggle with being a young 30s single male in corporate is the office Xmas events. Those events the assistants and all that are women, and after a few glassses of wine will ask why I never a bring a date to them. I also brush those off, but it is definitely trickier.

    The rule I have been going by is that I don't bring girls to these unless it is an exclusive LTR of at least a year because I want to avoid the optics of bringing a new girl to every event. The environment is definitely more conservative, and that's not something I want. I also don't bring casual long term flings, even ones I trust, because it wouldn't jive to say "oh we're not together, we just...???" Unfortuntely, the result here has been I haven't brought anyone as I haven't committed to anyone exclusively in years.

    /u/VasiliyZaitzev, do you have any insight on this?

    [–]Senior Endorsed ContributorVasiliyZaitzev 6 points7 points  (1 child)

    /u/VasiliyZaitzev, do you have any insight on this?

    Pick any of the following:

    "No way would I force a girl to come to an office Holiday Christmas Party unless she was contractually obligated to because we were married."

    "Don't worry; I'm meeting her later for a glass of eggnog under the mistletoe."

    "I just don't put girls through this sort of stuff."*

    "She's off at her company's holiday party." <==used this one once, because it was conveniently true.

    "How could I choose only one?"

    I have a reputation around the office as a baller, so nobody bats an eye. Also, the modern trend is to not invite spouses, etc., thank god.

    [–]TheNextMilo 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    Yeah I’m not marrying ever... too much work.

    [–]newls -1 points0 points  (0 children)

    Take this for what it is: a plea for you to obey the same self-imposed rules they do.

    Smile politely and live your own life the way you want to.

    [–][deleted] -1 points0 points  (1 child)

    Having a family isn’t blue pill advice.

    My son forced my life onto a level that I didn’t know existed before his birth. The pride, the power and drive, the desire to win went into overdrive, and led to fulfillment of more than just high value pussy.

    [–][deleted] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

    where have I ever said family is blue pill? mind you, any asshole can have one so it isn't red pill either

    [–][deleted]  (1 child)

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    [–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children)

    Magicians dont reveal their tricks. People love to be fooled and hate to know how

    [–]bodhikarma -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

    The secret is true kindness. As the maya say, "In'Lakech". The you in me is the I in you. In true partnership, the spontaneous offering of love arises naturally and is recycled and reciprocated into evolving forms. Only give love, and only allow love into your life.

    Good people feel a twinge of discomfort when they become aware of discomfort in others. Kind people try to alleviate the suffering in themselves, and in the world, understanding that there is no real difference between the two.