Friday, June 29, 2012

It's There; Find It

Always hold yourself in the highest esteem.

Afford no restriction in loving yourself,
your plans, your past, your ideas...everything
about you. Crush self-doubt and guilt. Reject
shame and demurity.

Become as bright and as bold as the stars
you see other great people as. There is
nothing in them that isn't equally in you;
it's all attitude, drive, belief, and training.

No one lese is equipped or competent to
judge you on anything; no one can know you
or understand your purpose, so why listen
to their criticisms?

Build yourself up; confidence is
inordinately important to success. It may not
stay at the same level of energy, but as long as it
is habitually returned to as a mindset after every
set-back, you will not fail. (Even if an endeavor
'fails,' the success is in still going onward.)

Keep a wall up blocking out all the distractions
and detractors. Maintain your vision.
There is no other voice to be heard but yours,
lovingly pushing onward, bestowing praise
and acceptance.


Thursday, June 28, 2012

Every Man Is An Island

There's a reason the world tries to teach
that 'aloneness' is a devil's ploy; an unwinnable,
severe, desperate situation to be avoided and
condemned at all costs.

Society hates individualism, and wishes to stomp it
out at every turn. The individual being strong
and singular diminishes society's hold over us.
And that's bad --in theory--for the whole, but
certainly not the parts.

There is great strength in separating from the unwashed
masses of hypnotized sheep.
Be an island;
detached from sway,

It's an arduous and intricate process, but all
things worth the effort are.

In business, you wouldn't take on a
losing proposition with a bad track record
and a guarranteed loss on your investment,
so why would you do it in personal relations?

People are unreliable, inefficient, hateful, dangerous,
judgmental, damaged, lying, unloyal pieces of
garbage. We know that going in if we've paid attention to
anything... Moved past the pleasantries and facade...
Lived long enough and been lucky enough to
survive the armageddon of the human race.

Make smart choices in your life as you would with your
money; invest wisely, avoid problems, cut your losses.
Keep it skeptical and cynical.

"Never use your heart--use your head."


Saturday, June 23, 2012

When in Rome....

If you're in the battle,
you damned well better learn to fight!

The decision to be passive or weak (while
everyone else in the world is engaged in
war) is a sure way to be subjugated or destroyed.

Other people being coarse, criminal, rude,
angry, abusive, etc. isn't the problem; savagery is
a given so long as you're topside on this mudball.

It is the way it is, and hating it won't change it,
so you better learn to change yourself in preparation.

No, your not fighting back is the problem.

Each of us has a right--a responsibility--
to fight for our life, for what is ours, for our
loved ones. That's an  irrefutable human truth.

Survival is our right; there is no higher authority
than embracing animal instinct and claiming what
is rightfully yours. Being understood by society
is not remotely on a list of concerns.

Fight for your life, tooth and nail, to the bitter end.
Because 'they' are always and forever gunning for
you, whether you recognize it, respond to it,
agree with it...or not.


Friday, June 22, 2012

Lose that Goddamned Fairy Tale Mentality

There is no such thing as a fair fight.

There are winners and losers, and no
real middle ground. And the world cares
nothing for losers.

The orchestrators of the concepts of
(ever-unattainable) Justice and Fairness--
the ideas of Possibility of retrieving a
sensible and balanced outcome from
defeats--they're the people who didn't
fight fair, now in a position to lie about 'how'
things work.

Because frustration and conflict and
constant disappointment knee-cap an
opponent better than any up-front assault
ever could!

Pretending that the world works based on
civility and good-heartedness and positive
thinking and philanthropy (when deviousness
is behind every profit and score)'s brilliant!

The winners pretend that it was goodness
and respect and hard labor that created their
successful outcome. But pretense doesn't
recreate reality.

Don't let gullibility decide your fate.
See past the charade.
Choose well which path you take, based on
which outcome you wish to achieve.


Tuesday, June 12, 2012

The Heart-- Like a Pecker-- is a Bad Lead to Follow

Seek a better balance between heart and mind!

Know your heart, but don't be ruled by it.

It's important to be informed about--
cognizant of-- emotions within, but to
refrain from being controlled by them.
And sugar-coating what you feel, attempting
to accommodate your sense of what is
'moral' doesn't help the processing.

Trying to maintain an attitude that is in
direct opposition to how things really are
can lead to cognitive dissonance!
Emotionally-led thinking, decisions made
with emotions, being swayed by conscience and
compassion are all paths to disaster.

Keep your emotions private--let others guess
what only you know.  Giving too much away
makes you vulnerable to the attacks of enemies--
and everyone who exists is a former enemy,
present enemy, or future enemy.

So that makes that easy to determine!
Exercise restraint and control to keep the
savages at bay.

There is great power in being an enigma
and constantly keeping them guessing.

Being a nice guy just isn't profitable.

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Get It While It's HOT!

Get what you can,
while you can,
any which way you can.

Morality is subjective,
to say the least;
a construct of the rich
and powerful to keep
the rest of the world
poor, disaffected, and

'Morals' are fickle, transmutative,
regional, cultural, and
ultimately pointless.
They're applied through
tinted lenses and double

Morality won't feed you
or clothe you or warm you;
it has no pay-off beyond
wishful thinking and avoiding fear
of karmic or religious or
legal retribution.

Don't get played.
Don't be a sucker.
Don't buy the line.

Do what you need to do;
it's all relative.
The only important thing
is not getting caught.


Tuesday, June 5, 2012


No one else can keep you down,
no one else can defeat you.

No one can keep you from playing,
enduring, and winning the game.
Only your lack of resolve, your weakness,
your doubt, your lack of dedication
can cause you to lose permanently.

Get tough.
Refuse others' dismissiveness.
Disregard their under-estimating.
Hold yourself in highest regard.
Be your own center of attention and command.
Be a juggernaut.
Learn savagery.
See through the bullshit.
Accept no one else's limitations.

Become fierce and relentless and
unapologetic and resourceful and
unstoppable. (Determination makes
anything possible.)Don't ask permission;
just take what you want.

It's survival of the fittest, and
you can become fit any time you choose.

Do you or don't you truly want to win?

Whatever it takes, Baby Cakes....


Monday, June 4, 2012

Denial Doesn't Change Results

No time for rest; Wake up and see the writing on the wall!

If you can't beat them,
join them
(or, claim their tactics,
at the least.)

Only a moron would
keep doing the same
thing repeatedly with no
change in outcome.

Don't deny the merits
of a winning strategy. If
it's one that gets results, no
matter how morally abhorrent
it may be to you, it's useful.
Worth investigating, at least.

Old mindsets of what is
'right' serve no purpose if
we're flailing and under the heel of
the oppressor. There's no reason
to maintain old 'standards' when
they fail to serve you.

Everything changes; choose to
be on the winning side of