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  1. #1
    SomeGuy12345 Guest

    Default You are killing yourselves;

    This is my introduction to you all.

    It is you, not the women, not the bigshot alpha males or rich people or whoever, who is weakening yourself, who is putting a wall betwixt you and your dreams. In "Inner Game" you speak of, there are NO LIMITS. You shape your mind however you want to. You really can. Anyone can, every human being.

    You're placing a huge emphasis on the wrong things.

    If you don't believe you can do things, then you will not. If you do believe, then you will be able to do it, so long as it does not go into conflict with the physical laws of this world (like believing you can move cars by blinking). You can get women, anyone can. Start developing yourself NOW, all on your own. YOU DON'T NEED THE HELP OF PUAS OR ANYONE. You just need you and your mind (and I guess your body if you wanna work out ).

    BE A MAN. It's not that hard to be strong, you just have to BE tough. After all, we ARE the tougher sex, biologically; it's in your DNA. I swear, barely anyone knows the true potential of humankind, of our minds, the things we can do.

    That said, you are also placing too much emphasis on this PUA business. I may not be able to change your views on this, because I don't believe this is the easiest thing to do, but I'm just saying what I think many don't really realize:

    You are not strong and alpha if you barter not just individuality but also morality and values for power, success, women, anything. You are truly powerful, truly strong if you stay true to your true self. You are then BETTER than alpha. Because the person who becomes alpha and subsequently cruel and demoralized is not alpha. He/she is just one of the millions of jerks with high social statuses who look back on their glitter-filled lives and see that they have not improved in any way the world that they will one day depart, that their life was meaningless.

    In the biological sense, we are just organisms attempting to reproduce, and the best way to do that is by being the 'fittest' of us so that we may have the maximum amount of women, and hence offspring. It may be important, but it's not the purpose of mankind. It is our purpose in the biological, animalistic sense, but not when you consider that we are men, not animals. Even many girls think that having sex will give them confidence too. Do you want your body/mind/desires to control you, or do you want to control your body/mind/desires?

    Putting sexual desires aside, there's nothing so special about having sex with women solely for the purpose of pleasure. I dunno, maybe it's because I'm a muslim that I believe in sex in marriage, but...there seems to be no point. It's just an animalistic instinct, a biological mechanism. I don't believe I'm a fruit fly or a monkey. I want to have girlfriends, so as to become well-acquainted with the dating world, so that I may one day find a good wife. but I will never go so far as to have sex with them. I don't know why you think it will make you praiseworthy or exalted in any way.

    I may be 16 years of age, but this is logic, I'm sure of that.
    What do you think? Do you agree?

  2. #2
    Prestige Guest

    Default Re: You are killing yourselves;

    maybe puberty hasn't yet kicked in? I joke but in all seriousness you do speak good points. I guess you could say the same for playing sport or watching a movie or any other hobby.

  3. #3
    SomeGuy12345 Guest

    Default Re: You are killing yourselves;

    I beg to differ, puberty has kicked in for sure

    Yes, this applies to anything really, not just women. But I think it's the key that many are missing: self-esteem, inner-control, preventing this PUA business or anything else for that matter from destroying yourself. Rather, conquering it, never giving up, a heart of non-rusting metal lol. Everything I just said.

    I believe I have forgotten a very important connection, though. That is that by never giving up, by always moving forth, you naturally establish a routine of practice. And you know what they say: practice makes perfect.
    Last edited by SomeGuy12345; 08-22-2010 at 05:17 AM.


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