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    Talking In the End, God is in Control

    Good morning gentlemen,

    I was thinking about all of the unrest with the riots, COVID-19; (if you're in America) the democratic party trying to hijack and election. I have been upset about all of this stuff for pretty much since 2016 because the amplification of perceived intensity these antics have been pushed. I further thought about all of these negatives and realized that this type of stuff has been going on since the dawn of human history.

    During the 30's and 40's, you had world war 2 and I'm sure people thought it would be the end of the world. Then you had the cold war and again, people probably though it was the end of the world. There has been hardship and struggle since the dawn of time and there will continue to be. Most of these things are out of our hands but we are frustrated and there isn't anything more we can do.

    In the end, God is in control. Now I understand there are some that don't believe in God. You can just substitute "God" for universe if you so desire. Being attached to outcomes in a particular situation can be a recipe for unhappiness. After all, you want to helm the driver's seat of the universe and be in control. Unfortunately, most things simply are not up to you to decide.

    At the end of the day, the dirt will still be here after we are long gone. As hard as it may be at times, I invite those to not despair day-to-day. That is what the evil entities of this world want. They want you to be miserable like they are. Do not play their game.

    These are just some thoughts I find uplifting. Maybe you guys will too.
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    Re: In the End, God is in Control

    What can men learn in such trying times? Society doesn't hold up well when it challenged by tyranny.

    But as men going our own way we already knew of the tyranny lurking underneath with court systems and gynocentrism designed to grind men down. The rest of society ignored it all because it did not impact them, but now it is noticeable when hair salons are locked down. That is when society starts to "care" about tyranny because of the closure of hair salons. But not when men are hunted down because they are late on child support payments or even being thrown in prison because you can't pay child support due to no job.

    Ironically enough I remember people telling me I was wrong to save and pay down debt because I was doing it "wrong" by not spending it on women, booze, lotto tickets, and then more money spent on women.

    I was called a loser for just wanting the dream of having my own home, peace and quiet and more free time.

    The calculations on my end made sense. If I can work enough hours to save at least 20% of my income while paying down debt and having more free time it is a win/win from my book.

    And with the corona it makes even more sense and I think a lot of the normies are waking up to this reality. Commuting 2 hours to a job and another 2 hours back home doesn't make rational sense. Spending money on food that is of poor quality when at home you can grow your own food or even have fresher better food makes sense.

    Indeed many things we are not in control of within this universe. But what we can control is common sense and reason. And society for a long time lost most of this common sense and reason chasing after a fake reality. And the fake reality has been quarantined so now people have had to look in the mirror and truly examine what they want their life to look like.

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    Re: In the End, God is in Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    What can men learn in such trying times? Society doesn't hold up well when it challenged by tyranny.

    But as men going our own way we already knew of the tyranny lurking underneath with court systems and gynocentrism designed to grind men down. The rest of society ignored it all because it did not impact them, but now it is noticeable when hair salons are locked down. That is when society starts to "care" about tyranny because of the closure of hair salons. But not when men are hunted down because they are late on child support payments or even being thrown in prison because you can't pay child support due to no job.

    Ironically enough I remember people telling me I was wrong to save and pay down debt because I was doing it "wrong" by not spending it on women, booze, lotto tickets, and then more money spent on women.

    I was called a loser for just wanting the dream of having my own home, peace and quiet and more free time.

    The calculations on my end made sense. If I can work enough hours to save at least 20% of my income while paying down debt and having more free time it is a win/win from my book.

    And with the corona it makes even more sense and I think a lot of the normies are waking up to this reality. Commuting 2 hours to a job and another 2 hours back home doesn't make rational sense. Spending money on food that is of poor quality when at home you can grow your own food or even have fresher better food makes sense.

    Indeed many things we are not in control of within this universe. But what we can control is common sense and reason. And society for a long time lost most of this common sense and reason chasing after a fake reality. And the fake reality has been quarantined so now people have had to look in the mirror and truly examine what they want their life to look like.
    Absolutely correct! When I get up and look in the mirror, I see Azure Nomad looking back at me!

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    Gotta go dunk the tomatoes!
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    Re: In the End, God is in Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    There has been hardship and struggle since the dawn of time and there will continue to be. Most of these things are out of our hands but we are frustrated and there isn't anything more we can do.

    Ultimately it boils down to identifying what you can control in life and what you can't.


    Politics for example is a total waste of time, for years now my Facebook newsfeed has been full of Brexit. I couldn't care less, I didn't bother voting due to the vast amounts of misinformation by both sides, a decision I still standby. Ultimately any benefits will be outweighed by the economic devastation of the pandemic.


    2 men I know are constantly arguing on Facebook about Brexit to the point of seriously affecting their friendship. Both these men are over 58 years of age, overweight, heavy drinkers, smokers etc
    By the time we find out who is right and who is wrong both these men will be either dead or living a massively reduced quality of life anyway.


    There are millions of people living some variations of the above example don't be one of them.

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    Re: In the End, God is in Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    Good morning gentlemen,

    I was thinking about all of the unrest with the riots, COVID-19; (if you're in America) the democratic party trying to hijack and election. I have been upset about all of this stuff for pretty much since 2016 because the amplification of perceived intensity these antics have been pushed. I further thought about all of these negatives and realized that this type of stuff has been going on since the dawn of human history.

    During the 30's and 40's, you had world war 2 and I'm sure people thought it would be the end of the world. Then you had the cold war and again, people probably though it was the end of the world. There has been hardship and struggle since the dawn of time and there will continue to be. Most of these things are out of our hands but we are frustrated and there isn't anything more we can do.

    In the end, God is in control. Now I understand there are some that don't believe in God. You can just substitute "God" for universe if you so desire. Being attached to outcomes in a particular situation can be a recipe for unhappiness. After all, you want to helm the driver's seat of the universe and be in control. Unfortunately, most things simply are not up to you to decide.

    At the end of the day, the dirt will still be here after we are long gone. As hard as it may be at times, I invite those to not despair day-to-day. That is what the evil entities of this world want. They want you to be miserable like they are. Do not play their game.

    These are just some thoughts I find uplifting. Maybe you guys will too.
    I concur completely. Well, almost.

    I can’t get behind the God / Universe / Overseer point of view because that implies a direction and all I see is chaos.

    That being said, there is absolutely no point in worrying about things you have no control over. All it does is frustrate and annoy and I agree that this is what THEY want. Misery LOVES company.
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin


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