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@jprdl Seeking validation (especially from orbiter betas) is a common habit if you've been blue pilled long enough.
Taking risks is alpha.
Even if you lose, lose with pride.
However, nothing's ever lost if you learn something from it.
You'll find yourself significantly more enjoying the sweet taste of victory & bitter taste of defeat when you know that shit was 100% you.
First of my gear, from left to right:
inflatable mat, tent, rucksack, sleeping bag
I think I’m going to invest in a new sleeping bag, while I’ve a few more things to buy and sell.
I toyed with going down the south coast and back into the homelands, but there’s an absolutely stunning national reserve 100 miles from me which I might as well go and see. I’m going to head out for a couple of days, see how it goes, if there’s anything I need, and then when I’ve sold the last of my things I’ll but cutting myself loose. Not gonna lie gents, I’m both pumped and terrified.
@jprdl The world is unstable and confusing, and democcracy has brainwashed your brain into believing that "if others people it in, it must be more likely to be true." But this is literally a logical fallacy.
Do you hear that? Your entire system of govrnmnent is based off of a literal logical fallacy!
Point it, wean yourself off the idea that if others belief it, there's more validity to it. Absolutely false.
I'm with you 100%
Getting out of your comfort zone, living out of backpack or car was one of the best things for my self development.
Helped me learn what I truly appreciate and wanted out of this world.
Taught me what I didn't really need nor wanted.