A picture is worth a thousand words: And heck, just to add an addendum to the little allegory above, translated in terms of modern, western governments, the lion on the left is not even guaranteed security, food, decent shelter or medical care. But the cage is the one thing that’s guaranteed to be there.
Sad story on how one anon started lifting. For him, it was a life or death crisis that he will always regret.
An anon on 4chan who works as a statistician studies the US election vote data for signs of fraud: GATHER ROUND ANONS AND GET READY TO SCREENCAP. I’m still working on my analysis, but I want to share my initial findings with the rest of you. I think I’m starting to get an idea of … More Anon Spots Election Fraud
An angry anon makes a good point on the nature of heroes, and what one should do when faced with their imperfections (or downright moral failures): Fucking this. You can’t trust others to be your heroes. It’s important to remember that you never truly know your heroes. Heroes are just people. People change. People are … More You can’t trust others to be your heroes
Something more lighthearted, in light of the recent troubles in the cities:
An interesting and somewhat scary take on the ancient folktale of Narcissus and Echo. Found on 4chan:
The motivation for self improvement can come from the strangest places:
All you need to destroy a man: To live, not just to survive like a beast. one must always strive for something.
An interesting view point from the theologian, Fulton J. Sheen: To a great extent, the level of any civilization is the level of it’s womanhood. When a man loves a woman, he has to become worthy of her. The higher her virtue, the more her character, the more devoted she is to truth, justice, goodness, … More For a man to be worthy of a woman