“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

What to do when you don’t know what to do

What to do when you don’t know what to do

it has been quite a while since I last wrote up a decent post for The Agoge, and that is an oversight that needs to be corrected. As I stated when I created that particular section of my site, Didactic Mind is not about complaining or observing – it is about...
Didactic Mind, Ep 93: Value and Worth

Didactic Mind, Ep 93: Value and Worth

This week’s podcast is all about how you can add value to people’s lives, and finding those people who bring value to yours. I break it down into 7 basic principles, as enumerated in the podcast itself, and take you on a journey to achieving your...
Other people are like Jäger-bombs

Other people are like Jäger-bombs

From Introvert, Dear comes a rather amusing, yet strikingly true, article about what it feels like for people like us when we’re all peopled-out. We get sleepy, we become stupid, we space out, and we develop weird aches and pains – in other words, we...
The power of the introverted salesman

The power of the introverted salesman

LRFotS Kapios reminded me a while back that it’s been a long time since I wrote up a post about introversion. So I figured it’s about high time that I rectified this little oversight. Today’s post is all about how and why introverts can become very,...

The tragedy of MGTOW

Dave from Blue Collar Logic offers up some cogent and powerful thoughts on the MGTOW movement, which are very much worth reading through in full: Dave there has far more reason than most to subscribe to the MGTOW movement – which he doesn’t. He has been...

Domain Query: The Sacrament of Sin

Longtime reader and friend of the blog Kapios stopped by with some harsh commentary about the current state of the Catholic Church when he saw my reading recommendations from last year: I don’t know why, but Milo’s book about the Pope caught my eye and...

Put the mouse down, Coomer

Paul Joseph Watson reports on the way that No-Nut November is triggering SJWs all over Twatter. It’s a rather sticky subj- uh, I mean, one has to be of a rather stiff disp- er, that is to say, we must erect barr- Ah hell, just watch...

Phoning it in

Unfortunately my motivation and ability to write anything much of consequence have both been quite poor over the last couple of days, so I’m going to have to dig up an old favourite of mine: As I’ve said before, every single word is literal truth. It is an...

Being stubborn gets you to the top

Simon Sinek takes some time to explain how leadership works properly: He’s right. The single most important quality in your life that will turbocharge it and allow you to achieve great things is not actually talent. It is consistency. You have to...

High price paid

About 15 months ago I wrote a post in which I pointed out that, from the perspective of the highly intelligent, the reason why they are alone is not because of themselves – but because of other people. It is immensely taxing upon the patience and mental...
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