Developing a masculine mission for your life
A man with a mission is hard to control, hard to cancel, and very dangerous to a society that wants no competition from the righteous. He is the only kind of man who is really being a man. Here we explain how to develop your mission, with scriptural groundwork, practical steps, and the example of Gab’s Andrew Torba.
Duty is ours. The consequences are God’s. —Stonewall Jackson
A man without a purpose is a man who has no reason to try, no reason to endure, no reason to achieve, and ultimately no reason to live.
Yet a man who has such a purpose is rare these days. Despite a mission being every man’s duty, it is not something that boys are taught to aspire to, plan for, or even think about.
Why? Well, missions are dangerous things. A man with a mission is driven, and quite alarming to a feminized society. He is also very threatening to our elites. He is hard to influence, hard to control, hard to kill. He is inclined to build things and muster movements that could topple the whole house of ca…
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