Realizing society's power and the people devoured by it, makes me sad
As I realized being a PUA is not just about closing women, but is about maneuvering through social layers to have a solid personality/social state, which is unaffected by outer validation, I started to observe how most people are depressing and socially weak.
- I witnessed 2 of my male friends discussing about their "girl issues" where they constantly b1tched about their case but they didn't offer any solutions to one another.
- I witnessed my family members constantly being upset about the smallest things and hurting the other family members' feelings for that cause.
- I noticed how most people are incapable of simplest social interactions, like not knowing how to greet people in a strong way.
- I observed how most people are indifferent about their weak tonality and body language just because they think: "That's who I am, take it or leave it."
- I learned that most people are afraid to take risks.
- I noticed that most people are looking down on other people just because they are afraid to face their own weaknesses.
This list can be expanded easily. Maybe I should be happy because I don't fit in any conditions stated above, but I actually feel sad because these people often think that they can't change at all. The worst thing is, they usually think they don't need to change. I feel alone because I'm yet to find an individual in my life who doesn't possess the qualities above (man, woman, doesn't matter).
Just wanted to share my observations and let some go off of my chest.
Thanks for your time,
It's not about who I was or who I'm going to become.
It's about who I am. Do it right here, right now.