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My own Red Pill Enlightenment feels incomplete without helping others along the path
The Red Pill Bodhisattva: My own enlightenment feels incomplete unless I can bring others to enlightenment
Published 12/08/16 by MentORPHEUS [1 Comments]

Whereas I am not an authority on Buddhism, one of its concepts really spoke to me: The Bodhisattva.

One kind of seeker is known as the Pratyekabuddha, or one who seeks enlightenment for his benefit alone. This describes the Machiavellian, enjoy the decline type of TRP member well. He walks the path of self-improvement alone, and strives for his own benefit. Once he has achieved enlightenment, he may use this position to help others, though perhaps only indirectly by blazing the trail to new or better articulated RP truths. These are the Vanguard members, the ones who test, push, and demark the boundaries of Red Pill knowledge and its application.

The Bodhisattva, on the other hand, has worked his own path of improvement and can reach a state of pure enlightenment, however, he deeply senses that his own enlightenment is incomplete and meaningless unless he can lead others to the same enlightenment. These are the heroes of AskTRP, the ones who guide and prod Beta seekers, the Mentors of our community.

I'm not suggesting one is superior to the other; the Red Pill world needs both to thrive. These are each legitimate paths to enlightenment. If you're aware of the distinction, it becomes another area of life to cultivate and improve toward excellence.

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Comment by oliveflu on 12/25/16 03:22am

I am grateful to someone like that. It took me quite a long time to find my way -- especially since I miss most social cues. Merry Christmas.