This is the time when we get the obligatory optimism. We see people posting “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Holidays.” We see that social media is littered with a variety of “Don’t Stop Believing” quotes. And we get the typical resolutions and “you can do it” replies of encouragement.
None of this can become a reality without a red-pill perspective (perhaps even a black pill). To make any change, you’ll have to swallow an unpleasant truth. You’ll have to spar with a bevy of lies that stand before you. You’ll have to discern the charlatans from the genuine thought leaders.
This will be painful…and most people are unwilling to accept the darkest of realities.
Resolutions must have a red pill reality. Otherwise, the words we speak during the holidays are nothing but empty platitudes.
See Related Article: The Nice Man is Not a Great Man