Comfort Will Not Give You Meaning In Life

Many people plan their lives around the pursuit of comfort. Whether it comes to work, relationships, or day-to-day living, all decisions are made with the goal to increase comfort while decreasing discomfort. The problem with this approach is that comfort does not provide you with meaning. You can have all the comfort in the world but still feel bored, unhappy, or depressed.

In 2006, I was in a state of extreme comfort. I shared a big house with two other people, had a stable career that wasn’t particularly demanding, owned a car and motorcycle, and was able to take exciting vacations abroad. I had no urgent concerns besides securing my next instance of sex from weekends jaunts into the city. I achieved pretty close to the modern ideal of comfort, and yet I saw little value in it. Would comfort inspire me? Would it make me a man? Would it give me even the tiniest scrap of life meaning? Within two years, I got rid of most of my possessions and went to South America, the beginning of an ongoing tale of nomadism.

Hostel in Barcelona, Spain (2006)

Today, I find myself again in a state of extreme comfort. I live in a cozy apartment in the center of an Eastern European city, earn a basic but livable income from book royalties, and receive a mostly stable supply of sex. I experience little anxiety or genuine difficulty from my living situation. Was the point of my decade abroad merely to reproduce the comfort I had before I left? How was the same flavor of comfort able to find me again? Am I destined to grow old without ever having real concern for my survival or material existence?

Is it not degenerate to seek comfort, of desiring to sit and relax while expending the least amount of calories possible, where your muscles physically degenerate, and where you have to artificially simulate a non-comfortable life by lifting weights in a corporate gym? The drive to comfort may simply be a relic of our childhood, where we rushed to our mother’s bosom to isolate ourselves from a world that exposed our weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Comfort is a need for mother and the safety she provided us for the bulk of our lives, of running back to the first safe space we have ever known.

Margarita Island, Venezuela (2005)

The first time around, I made comfort a goal, but the second time I did not. When your ability to earn a livable wage surpasses a certain threshold, from being born in the resource-rich West or having a competent IQ, comfort will be a part of your life whether you like it or not, and any attempt to fight it will just reinforce how comfortable you really are. We live in a time where food and resources have never been more plentiful for the average man, so we will not face the survival difficulty of our ancestors no matter how hard we try. We are the house cat that can return home whenever things got too cold or dangerous outside.

Right now I’m faced with a decision of remaining in my comfortable Eastern European environment, where I no longer have to work hard to enjoy its rewards, or go somewhere different, challenging, and slightly more uncomfortable. In the past, I would pick the challenging environment to satisfy an ego that was desperate to prove it can overcome hurdles through hard work and intellect, but I no longer have anything to prove. All that’s left is asking if I want to grow old in a fashion so stable that most of the lessons I’ve learned in life will never be called upon for my survival, or if I want to venture out into the unknown and live a slightly more raw and spontaneous existence.

Hvar Island, Croatia (2016)

Either way, I know that if I deny comfort today, it will find me soon enough. Stepping foot in another new country will be like going to Corporate Gym—I’ll get an intense but short workout before walking back out to sit and eat and relax and consume limitless entertainment. My ability to earn a modern wage means that comfort will always be waiting for me. When the world outside shows me its teeth, I know that mommy earth is always ready to take me into her arms and make things comfortable again.

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What about accepting the Persian Fire of your ancestors, which manifested as the Logos of the Apostolic Faith after 33AD? That has been a deeply felt and real meaning for many tens of millions of people – doesn’t mean it’s “real”, although I think so, but at a minimum it is worth seriously considering.

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Dunno man, our cavemen ancestors developed projectiles in order to escape the discomfort of getting themselves gored to an early grave while going melee with mammoths and woolly rhinos.

Same thing about light bulb and running water, not sure whether deliberately putting oneself into pain and misery equals being manly.

Paulie would vehemently disagree though ‘It takes guts climbing back in that ring, knowing you’re gonna take a beating”.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KcaHojqZLs

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Comfort doesn’t give you meaning but contentness which is perhaps the closest thing to happiness.

Meaning in life can only come from a mission.

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Meaning in life can only come from a mission.

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Get a dual sport and go out with nothing but a back pack and extra fuel. I have plenty of trails near where I live and go out every weekend. No cell service and friends only have a vague idea of my whereabouts. If my bike breaks down, if I take a tumble and get hurt, if I come across a grizzly or cougar, it’s a problem I have to solve myself.

Outside of enlisting and going to a war zone, it’s probably the most danger I’ll ever be in.

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The old adage, “You can’t transform iron to steel without a lot of heat and pressure” applies to the human condition. We never truly learn from our successes, only our challenges and failures. If one looks at points along the timeline of one’s life, one will realize that personal growth always increases the most after failure or periods of extreme challenge and stress. Would anyone trade their perception of who they believe they truly were after surviving a very difficult experience, with whom they thought they were prior to experiencing the event? I think not…..

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yet it would be foolish to seek out failure and pain…

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I’m not sure what to think. Maybe for people like you and others who have already experienced enough, you are in another phase of life.

But for me, personally from some time ago I want to do things similar to what you have done. Travel to new place, experience new things, start new life from scratch, etc. Find meaning in life.

I have never lived in other cities, let alone countries for even a single time in my life. Now perhaps it is time to make a dead bat of myself.

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You sound like a younger guy who absolutely should do those things before you even think of marrying and settling down. Work toward it at least a little bit every day, and good luck.

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OK thanks for the advice and support.

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Do whatever you want but make sure to avoid one thing, it’s called marriage!

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You just need to find a new ambitious goal in life. That`s how you can maintain your motivation. Like Arnold says; (not the pug)
“Keep movin the bah higher and bah higher…”

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Well… comfort does indeed GIVE one a meaning of life.
You can’t nor want to be a damn hamster in a wheel spinning all life long in some vicious cycle of poverty.
I’d take a comfort with a girl in that apartment on the first photo over a shitty hostel in the middle of nowhere.
It is impossible to live in rat holes the entire life, people do need comfort to relax, to regroup and to rethink what’s happening around them.

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You will notice that is a young white woman she’s never going to be comfortable in that lil apartment with you for longer than six months. Then she’s gonna complain about shit. Why can’t we have a bigger place. etc. You’re gonna try to change to please her. She may become more comfortable…for a time…but meanwhile her attraction to you is tanking like FB’s stock price. You try to make her happy harder but it’s not working. This story doesn’t end good.

There is no eternal Heaven-like comfort in this life, it doesn’t exist, don’t fight for things you can’t have.

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Does that mean that ALL females will never be pleased with the size of an apartment they live in and they constantly beg, nag and complain about wanting a bigger apartments?;)
I won’t ever change my approach nor will try harder and harder to please her.
Her attraction to me is fading? FINE, no problem;) I do not give a shit as long as I know that I’ve been doing my best and utmost effort and it doesn’t mean that I’m gonna dance by HER tunes;)
It only means that I’ve had my fair share of comfort with this particular person and it is time to move on.
If a lady does NOT understand nor wants to understand that a healthy and evolving relationship is a two way street then it is HER problem, NOT MINE!!! Any relationship resembling a one way street will rather sooner than later hit the dead end.

True, there ain’t no eternal Heaven-like comfort which doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t try to make things around us better.

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Sorry, should read “will sooner rather than later…”

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Hardship and challenge can mean more than moving country.
I’m getting the same way – I’m chilling in SEA and considering doing so permanently from next year, but I’m concerned that I am becoming dissipated. Could I really do this full time?

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You probably need to settle down and have kids too. I think you’re still a few years off from your ideal time to do so though, unlike Roosh who’s been there for a while now.

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This. Roosh is just bored. He talks about being bored and comfortable and how being bored and comfortable is essentially making him die a death of a thousand paper cuts. But he also makes lists about all the reasons he can’t be married and have kids because, Gasp, it would challenge his daily comfort.

Man, grow up and realize that being an adult male who is providing for his mate and offspring (the very state of being a successful member of a species) is actually fucking uncomfortable, frequently difficult and immensely rewarding. Your pursuit of hedonism has given your soul the thousand cock stare. Go find a practicing Christian girl (preferably Eastern Orthodox- the wedding service literally tells her to obey her husband and have lots of babies), start your family, and then pursue actually providing for them instead of scraping by on poonbook royalties.

What do you got to loose?

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SIMP alert!!!!

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Normal advice for normal guys in the USA who are going to give in and submit to the poz.

I don’t blame you. It’s the easy way and what else do you know?

You’ve done this or will do it and you tell or will tell yourselves for the rest of your lives that it’s good, that even though it’s difficult it’s “immensely rewarding.”

Self hypnosis prevents a lot of suicides in this country.

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You guys think “settling down and having kids” (sdk) is the solution to all your problems.

First of all, whatever sdk meant in the past, it does not mean that now. Kids are different. The world is different. And we all know women are different.

Do you know any people with children? Have you raised children yourself? Especially if you’re going to do it in the U.S., you can forget about whatever you saw on 50s television shows like My Three Sons.

I know people who have raised kids. Most of their kids suck and gave them a terrible time. Some of them have turned out haflway decent but they are all social justice warriors who desire nothing so much as the destruction of the civilization, and especially the males of the civilzation that produced them.

They’re clueless, shallow, privileged, dumbass little fucks who understand nothing and have no ideals that will lead them to anthing of value. They’re connsumate consumers. That’s what this culture produces now. Consumers.

And about half the husbands get divorce raped after 10 years or less. The women who make out on these rapes are uniformly horrid bitches who revel in their new and ascending woman-on-top in society position.

You want to skd in this shit? You’re fucking nuts. I wouldn’t do it for love or money.

You MIGHT be able to do something with skd in some 3rd world or Asian countries. But forget about the west.

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You fall back on this skd for the same reason you fall back on Christianity. You just can’t conceive of any other alternative, in large part because you’ve never seen any alternatives.

They’re there.

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Examples, please.

Yes, yes. Living under Islam and in economic and intellectual ruin sounds great…

Living under atheist rule of Communist China, AWESOME.

The caste system of India is fan-fucking-tactic.

Under family and village rule in Somalia, really worked a number.

America is still the best country that has ever been less the last 50 years since the sexual revolution. And while those 50 years are about as gross as spunk on a high-priced escort, she’s still the best girl in the global whorehouse as it were.

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“And about half the husbands get divorce raped after 10 years or less.”

Lack of game, inability to understand women’s true nature, and feminism will do that to you. The first two and the inability to deal with the latter shouldn’t be problems for Roosh, though.

I have a toddler and my wife is pregnant with our second right now. Life is great, much better I think than if I’d continued bouncing from country to country and woman to woman. That life appealed to me when I was a younger man, but in middle age it became increasingly hollow. I think that’s what’s happening to Roosh now.

My wife is a very traditional devout Catholic who believes she only gets one marriage, and I’ve become an alpha provider, somewhat of a modern-day Ward Cleaver. I wouldn’t recommend any guy get married before forty though, and even then only to a good Christian woman who is at least ten years younger. If you haven’t developed your game to the right level or you’re opposed to being with a religious woman you’re probably right that it’s best to remain a genetic dead end.

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All I’m hearing from you is “life is haaaaaaaaaard.” Yes. Life is hard. Life’s always been hard.

Yes, raising kids, being married, living in a shitty society, having to work 10x harder to buy a house, trying to pry the iPhone from the 20s something with great tits hand. All hard.

I guess your response is to bend over and take it then. Only betas are that resigned to their fates. 1st world problem much?

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The solution is to “opt out” of the marriage & kids paradigm. Then you are FREE. MGTOW.

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By all means, do. But don’t think you’re not a fucking disappointment to the literal thousands of men and women before you that survived famine, war, hardship and countless other dangers that came precariously close to snuffing out their genetic lines just to have you decide to end it for them because “life’s hard” and you’re lazy.

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well, they are dead now, so I don’t think they are disappointed. WE, the living, are disappointed at how treacherous the situation has become. But we are doing what all those “heroic” ancestors did before us – the best we can do to survive. So save the guilt trip and judgmental attitude for your fellow blue pill friends.

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I’m ready to leave the U.S. ASAP when I’m financially secure enough to do so. White men here are being treated like pariahs in their own country and culturally it’s a race to the bottom with all the Krusty The Clown hair and tattooed arms that only Salvador Dali could have dreamed about.

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I am thinking about fleeing as well. Marxists have taken over our culture and that means darker days ahead. Unless Trump is working with patriots in the military and is willing to put all the Leftists in concentration camps. However, going to Thailand or the Philippines may be be a huge mistake. Americans are targets over there.

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“White men here are being treated like pariahs in their own country”

And they are really just getting started. Think cultural revolution.

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That’s it I’m registering for section 8

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Dear Roosh,

have you ever considered living in Iran for a while? To discover your roots, to reconnect with your ancestors, to understand more where you are coming from?

Also, Persian girls are legendary. Maybe there you will find the kind of wife you have no real hope to find in America?

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You’re so right. Big fan of Roosh but he is going back and forth between being a PUA red pill gaming degenerate who sees opportunities everywhere , to this Trad neomasculine guy who wants a virgin who believes in Quasi-Atheistic first world countries. Maybe it’s time to forget about white women and actually move to a country that has culturally and Government enforced Traditionalism, and also a country in which you have roots. Sorry Roosh, but maybe you can’t have a white girl who wears slut heels and is a trad virgin, but maybe you can have a persian girl in Iran who is a virgin and religious without the heels.

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I’ve already said it, but I think you’re ready to settle down with the next woman you find who’s good wife material and have kids. Not comfortable, but it’s the most rewarding thing most men will ever do.

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This is Blue Pill thinking. Women and children will never love you. They only want your resources. Don’t become their “beast of burden.”

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Nah. Don’t let the devastation that feminism has wrought blind you to the natural order of things. Most people want children. As far as a wife and children never loving you, you’re confused because you expect their love to be like a man’s love for a woman. It isn’t, but they do love you in their fashion. Expecting a woman’s love to be like a man’s is particularly futile, and where blue pill guys get in trouble. I know I did in the past.

Now If you feel fulfilled in your forties and fifties without kids and a wife, stay as you are. If you’re like Roosh and don’t feel fulfilled in middle age, get married next time a good Christian girl at least ten years your junior comes into your life. Have kids. You’ll have to use game on your wife, but you have to use game on your plates as a red pilled player anyway.

If you’re opposed to being with a religious woman, then yes, probably best to stay single and accept your status as a genetic dead end.

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You really don’t think children love their fathers?

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I know mine didn’t. I divorced her mom when she was 10, paid “child support” till she was 18. Then she moved in with me briefly. We always had an excellent relationship (I thought). I wound up supporting her in decreasing measure until she was 21.5 and had 2 jobs.

Once the money flow stopped, her affection stopped immediately. She stopped visiting me (once a month) and refused to even speak with me. Two years later she called me at 2am and falsely accused me of molesting her at 14! Another 5 years of silence has gone by.

All i know is that her mother had daddy issues – and projected those onto me – which is one reason I divorced the cunt. Now her daughter has daddy issues – manufactured out of thin air.

So yeah, I think kids USE their father for money as long as possible. When the cash flow stops, so does the pretense of “love.”

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The is unfortunate to hear and hits very close to home for me. I have a daughter with a woman I thought I truly loved and who loved me in return. She also has massive father issues and men issues in general. We have a daughter that I get to see around every 3 months for roughly a week at a time when I go up to visit her.

Long story short… I am left with supporting her and her mother and the grief that I cannot really connect and raise my daughter weighs heavily on my heart.

I can only hope that there is a love that runs deeper then userey and that my daughter and I can build a deep, meaningful love. Still doesn’t take away the feeling that I have been robbed of something sacred in this whole process.

Still trying not to let victim mentality get the better of me though. Be strong brother.

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I read here that sense comes from a mission.
I would rather say that sense can come from some project.
And then you complete the project, and if this project has a professional side that which make some money flowing if successful, it will bring more access to comfort.
And then you may start a new project, but it will lead you to the same point, and you will be more and more used to comfort.
Maybe the way out is to start some project which doesn’t include a strong life support/income component.
Maybe trying to do something for others, or even for the environment? Because I’m not that sure that mommy earth will be ready to take you into her arms and make things comfortable for long …

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It helps a lot to have some kind of hobby or intellectual pursuit that you can wake up in the morning and whatever else is going on think “Yeah, this is what I’d like to work on today.” Writing software, fixing up old cars, building ships in bottles, whatever it is.

Most corporate jobs are either not very challenging/intellectually satisfying or both. Yeah the money is often pretty good but spending money on girls and flash shit gets old fast. Or turning to alcohol/drugs to numb the lack of purpose out, bad news.

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Roosh, there is a book called “How mamas love their babies” by a former “sex worker” that is AIMED AT PRESCHOOLERS and has the purpose of (and I am NOT TROLLING), normalizing “sex work” of mothers to their children!!!! You should buy this book and “review” it. Because, it really doesn’t get any worse than that shit.

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Being a sex worker should become a normal job. If you spend money on hookers you get laid while learning ‘game’ gives you nothing.

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The solution is PORN

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Maybe it’s time to challenge yourself, and reproduce.

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That would require our host to admit that he has hit the wall and needs to completely abandon his lifestyle–including ROK–to detoxify himself. Only in this manner will he be able to find true comfort. Tremendous courage is thus needed here.

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I lke this article. I too used to step outside of my comfort zone to satisfy my ego. However now im 32 and Ive learned to accept being comfortable. a simple question here is : Why be uncomfortable when you can be comfortable?

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I’m also 32 and struggle with these very things. I do find that having a balance of growth (discomfort zone) and recuperation (comfort zone) is the magic spot. It’s tricky though because the last thing you feel like doing when your comfy is heading into discomfort.

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There are different types of comfort and discomfort: physical, spiritual, mental, emotional, and financial. Repeating the same type of discomfort over again is not necessarily going to lead to growth. Time to pick a new challenge. Having a family, for example, can be as challenging as any wilderness trek without having to move or hop on a plane.

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Run away from city. Internet is everywhere available.

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But the hoes are in the city

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However Roosh, have you explored the antithesis — that the meaning of life leads a man to seek maximum comfort (at minimum cost I might add). That has been my experience.

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One thing that I have noticed, that my friends from Latin America have commented on, is that many people from well-off western countries have had such pampered, protected lives, that they have never mentally grown up and become adults. I’ve seen adults have temper tantrums in airports and shopping malls, because no one would bow down to them and cater to their wants.
Why is it that so many people who have had everything given to them cannot handle disappointment and failure? Why is it that so many people who refuse to work and have been part of generation welfare families are so dissatisfied with life?
People who have had to work for what they have and who have overcome adversity seem to be the happiest people. Unlimited comfort and pleasure seeking can rot a person’s soul.

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Part of the key to being happy in America, or at least as happy as you can, is to not always take Americans seriously. Americans do behave like spoiled brats rather a lot. When an adult behaves like a toddler they should be treated like one. At the end of the day they’ll respect you more if you do.

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Move on, live life to the extreme, but don’t move back to the west. Dealing with SJW’s all day long isn’t a fulfilling endeavour. The degree of comfort afforded to you by not living in the feminist West is not a comfort that one should be ashamed to bask in, rather it should be the norm.

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Comfort is comfortable for a reason. I traveled for two and half years. It was very interesting and great fun but it was not ‘comfortable’. While traveling it is difficult to maintain a healthy diet, exercise, and read actual physical books. You could become sick like a 35 year old caveman. My contribution to this discussion would be to mention balance is important. Interesting that comfort has its own discomfort built in and certain kinds of discomfort can be comforting to the soul.

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Hey I just wanted to say that I know exactly where you’re coming from. I make more than I need and am sitting back living the same life as you. For the most part. Minus the sex and girls which I would love change. So much to say without saying to much. I live in a small town in florida with little to do and not that active. But that’s what I do I have rentals with little work. I get up I watch my preachers with my first cup of coffee and then read with my 2nd and 3rd cup then do a work out then try to find a couple hours work to do till sundown. Work not always possible. I’ve become lazy with sore muscle from inactivity I believe. I love to go the city and try to find fun things to do and girls but not often and feels rediculious, but I’m so bored out of my mind and I believe I might getting depressed. I sire could use some help in this department. I feel like I’m missing out on life. I’d love to talk to you but you can see my writing style, not your best, but I have some issues I keep secrete but nothing bad. Handicaps I’d rather not share. Where I come from your weaknesses are better unknown. I’m from Jersey. I pretty much live a ruteen life just to keep from falling apart. I read for wisdom and workout to stay young and healthy. I need to learn how to have fun and spend my life wisely.

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Pride goes before a fall. I’ll bet every homeless vet thought the same thing. Mommy earth will swallow you whole when you least expect it. You have been lucky. Your Red Pill wake up call is coming.

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I would rather live in comfort than work, and dealing with very self centered personalities. That would add some years back to my life as I get much needed rest, and travel to safe parts of the world where I don’t have to contend to much abused Americans. Also I would finally have the time to catch up on much needed things to be done, and to further enjoy my hobbies. Yeah I would rather live in comfort to achieve these things rather than being worked to death. Don’t lecture me on changing jobs when in reality its not that easy.

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2 much comfort = depression.

Our bodies were designed to be moving, not sitting down which leads to major health problems. To get shit done, u you have to move. The Elite have installed this into Western culture to turn people into weak lazy slaves.

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Lack of goals || Lack of commitment to goals = depression

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You started out wrong when you started looking for meaning.

There isn’t any meaning. There’s just filling up time and feeling satisfaction. If getting laid doesn’t satisfy you then you need to find something that does.

Is your Ukrainian perfect yet? Why not? What about your Russian?

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You can go to Syria and be a mercenary.

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“You’re going to have to suffer to go from here to there. Most people will never understand the journey” – David Goggins

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Maybe you should try getting married and have kids. That’d be something new. I am thinking of this myself.