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5. Pace Yourself.
Alas, most people in our cause are in no danger of burning themselves out. Read more …
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Why I write is very simple: I believe that, in the final analysis, ideas — not economics, not technology, not brute force — are the decisive factor in history, and I believe that history is going in the wrong direction. Read more …
Since I was a small child I have felt that I had to devote my life to something tremendously important. This is it. You are looking at it.
My life now easily divides into “before Counter-Currents” and “after.” Read more …
“Assume you are what you want to be. Walk in that assumption and it will harden into fact.” — Neville Goddard’s “Law of Assumption” (attributed to Anthony Eden)
“A man is, whatever room he is in.” — Bert Cooper’s supposed Japanese saying
“With such expert play-acting, you make this very room a theatre.” — Vandamm to Roger Thornhill, North by Northwest Read more …