Relentless Forward Movement.
Written for Operation Werewolf by Chris Lindsay
New year, new you! No, it’s not. No change in season or time has ever produced a great man. The only factor that has contributed to that creation is relentless will and force. Time, in this true sense, only refers to the infinite journey that must be pursued by all who desire greatness for themselves. Is it not a trait of true weakness to wait for a certain time of year to consider imposing habits of improvement in our lives? Waiting is weakness. Weakness is stagnant. Stagnancy is the death of what could have been victory.
Imagine yourself standing in line outside of the gym on January 2nd, along with those refreshing their “this time I’ll really do it” mantras in the back of their minds, with their new fitness attire and accessories freshly purchased to help them finally lose their excess weight. Finally start lifting again. Finally fit into their old clothes again. Finally be more than the oversized shell of the man or woman they once were. This is a broken mindset. Physical and mental improvement is just that – improvement. It is a series of building blocks that take time, effort, energy, and consistency to create something better. They are not a coping mechanism, and they are not a new gym bag full of false hope and excuses for unaccomplished dreams. They are not a means to bring back what once was; they are tools used to move forward and to break barriers. Ask yourself if you belong in this line of terminal re-starters. If so, the time for a realistic assessment of your personality, and the one you desire to have, is at hand.
If you have found yourself in this position, take the opportunity to grow and think. Retrace the steps that put you there. A weak link in the chain of life can either be forged stronger, or forgotten and left to rust and decay. Goals are meant to be set, achieved, and reset in an endless cycle. For the weak, goals are dreams. For the strong, goals are simply what will happen next. You have the choice of how to see the path in front of you.
The mass marketing scam of “resolution” is meant to attract the mass casualties of consumerism. There is a reason and methodology behind this. It works. Statistically, our society is constructed of failures. What better group to seduce? What better allotment of personalities to lure into believing they can finally achieve what they have desired for so long? For a small fee, of course. This is a toxic relationship that must end immediately. A leader does not wait for the enemy to give the order to attack. He acts instinctually to bring defeat to the opposition, based on intuition rather than reaction. He relies on positive habits to shape his actions and decisions. Those decisions are made with complete disregard to any trend or marketing ploy, because they have been reinforced day in and day out due to the uncompromising pursuit of ascension.
Regardless of the type of change in a characteristic – positive or negative – it is willfully forced upon the individual, by the individual. Reinforcement will cement the behavior into instinct. The individual is the sole creator of greatness or failure, but this can be exponential in a larger setting. In a group comprised of the negative and weak, failure is the inevitable end state. In a group of the strong and driven, forward progress is the result. Surround yourself with those with likeminded pursuits, and the strengths from each person’s individual nature will push others forward.
The dawn of a new day, or the passing of another year shall hold no value on goals previously set. At the same time, they should not be the reason to set goals. I challenge you to forget these trends and fads designed to target the minds of pawns, and re-evaluate your path. It needs to be one of relentless fury, of never-ending struggle and passion to ascend on all levels.
The concept of self-actualization is ironic, because it can never truly be reached. The weak man gives up. The stupid man thinks he has achieved it. The wise and strong man never stops his pursuit.
Chris Lindsay / Murderscene
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