This is the introduction to a multi-post series I will revisit in the future.
I recently stumbled upon a set of principles that Ben Franklin used to develop his character at age 20. He actually developed a system and carried a card around with each of the virtues on it, along with a check box for each of the week. Each time he disobeyed a virtue, he’d check it off for that day. Today I’ll go over each virtue, and how it relates to our modern day, as well as red pill theory and life as a whole.
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“The battles that count aren’t the ones for gold medals. The struggles within yourself – the invisible, inevitable battles inside all of us – that’s where it’s at.”
For countless millennia, men have waged war. We have sacrificed blood, sweat, tears, time with loved ones, and often our very lives all to ensure a brighter future for our descendants. Over the many thousands of years of bitter conflict, we adapted – no, adapted isn’t accurate…
Continue reading “Don Your Armor”