In the past year I have done much to learn many skills and to learn as much as possible about the old ways of life and traditions that are critical to one’s personal development. Something that was a startling realization to me in the past year was my lack of manual skills and general ineptitude in a sense of self-sufficiency or self-reliance. I was completely deprived in many areas of common knowledge that are necessary for survival and a simple way of life. I did not know how to fish, how to tie basic knots, how to cut wood, how to start a fire in the wilderness, how to make basic game traps, how to garden, how to perform CPR, how to sharpen a knife, how to identify trees, fish, flowers, plants, birds or rocks or anything else that had always been passed down in previous generations. I was very inexperienced in life and did not know what to do or how to find my way through the sea of lies. Many years ago I would spend my days inside, shunned from the light, playing videogames and RPG’s. I had no friends. I was completely dependent on society. I was completely domesticated and had no desire to learn or prepare for the future. I did not care about anything but my immediate satisfaction and entertainment. I was completely in the hands of the puppet-masters. My purpose in writing this is to show that the public education system has failed our children. It has failed in everything but ruining our minds and destroying any sense of self-reliance or independence. The entire purpose is to mentally deprive us. To indoctrinate us. To destroy our natural instinct to learn. To destroy our own determination for life. To destroy us. We do not learn anything that is important for our personal development or success from the educational system. Yes, gay rights, sexual exploration, starving blacks in Africa, the “Holocaust”, multiculturalism, miscegenation, “racial injustice”, voting rights, “safe sex”, white guilt and how horrible the evil European pagans were were all covered in abundance. Not a single word was spared for anything positive. Nothing that is crucial for life’s success was ever taught.
In 2012-2013 I made the mistake of attending university. After many years of being told by the media, my parents and the school system itself, I chose to go to university. I did not believe there was any other way to find success in my adult life. I felt that I was obliged to gain a higher education. I had been duped by the system into thinking it was the only way of finding success. In my mind, I knew it was the wrong decision, but thinking there was no legitimate alternative, I did it anyway. I did not believe I needed a piece of paper to valid my worth. It is a very difficult task to try to find your way out of the forest when there is no light, no footsteps, no signs or no trails to follow. I know many other people have made this mistake also and have been left with a completely devoid sense of life, debt, no job, no children (who are bound to repeat the same mistakes) and utter misery. Such is the way of the modern education system. Had I not realized my mistake, I probably would have found myself in the same situation. I have learned that it is best to follow ones own instinct and to find your own meaning of life. There is more to life than college degrees and the pursuit of wealth.
Now, having been raised in a traditionally moral household, I have always been very race conscious and socially aware. Unlike some of our other brethren in the European/Odalist community, I did not have a great awakening in a sense of a racial enlightenment. It can be described more aptly as a personal intellectual enlightenment. This, however, did not come from the school system or from the television. It came from my own initiative and pursuit (along with some guidance from a certain Mr. Grishnackh also). Instead of spending my money on videogames and candy bars I spent it on books. History books, textbooks, philosophy books, mythology books, gardening books, agriculture books, survival books and field guides for identification. I studied for hours at a time. I forgot what day it was. I did everything in my power to learn. To find new meaning in life. Instead of sleeping in until noon, I woke up with the Sun every morning. I cut all of the sugary and fatty foods from my diet. I started eating the foods I distasted. Fruits, vegetables, nuts and proteins. I started biking everyday. I run every day. I do push ups everyday. I have put away the videogames. I have become inspired. I have created my own ambition. I have learned to appreciate and enjoy Mother Nature. I have learned of the ways of the old. I have learned why our ancestors never changed the way they lived for thousands of years. Ever since my intellectual awakening I have since then spent all of my time reading and fortifying my mind. I have since dedicated my life to my studies and my goal of achieving a simpler life.
Had I been thrown into the wilderness a year ago I would not have survived. Since the beginning of my intellectual journey, I have learned how to tie knots, how to fish, how to identify a tree, how to chop wood, how to work on cars, how to camp, multiple fire starting methods, how to cook in the wilderness and much more. What I have learned from my experiences is that we are perfectly capable of teaching ourselves. We can learn all we need and more in life from cultivating it within ourselves. We can do this by refusing to send our children to the indoctrination camps and by playing an active role in their lives by homeschooling them. Only then can we preserve the upward development of our children into beautiful, responsible and dutiful Europeans. Only then can we purify our minds and start following the overgrown path that has been neglected for so long.
When a flower or tree does not have the soil, water and nutrients it needs to grow, sometimes it has to create its own. That is what I have learned on my journey. I have learned that personal status, affluence and material wealth does not supersede the collective well-being of our European peoples. I have learned that Mother Nature does not care for preserving the individual. She cares for the preservation of the whole species. I have learned to be compassionate for those I should care about. I have learned that everything we do now directly affects ourselves in the future. I have learned to live for our future generations. I have learned that my personal pleasure and comfort does not take precedent over the common interest of our European community. Most importantly, I have learned about life.
The real meaning of Life.