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Your mission

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November 25, 2017
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In 'Way of the superior man" much is made about a man needing a mission, purpose or gift to give him overall guidance and to live fully in his masculinity. I'm curious to hear about this in your experience. Do you place emphasis on this in your own life? If so, what is your mission and how did you go about finding it?


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Title Your mission
Author covertcontractor
Upvotes 6
Comments 9
Date 25 November 2017 09:15 AM UTC (2 years ago)
Subreddit askMRP
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[–]screechhaterRed Beret7 points8 points  (2 children) | Copy

About the book.

He definitely clarifies you living for you.

About your mission......

Honestly, when you start living, and turn off faceshit and the tv, you come to realize life requires a lot of work and it is heavy work to clean your act up and set new habits

Calendar planning, food prep, house cleaning, exercise and OYS requires an amazing amount time

The mental fortitude to be omnipresent and take charge of you, for you, is a bridge to cross, but can become much less daunting with trips to the iron temple

Fuck, learning to be present and operate in the here and now, requires thoughtfulness, not taught in our society. Again, the temple of iron will make it clear, a stadium full of stairs will make it crystal

Once you unmask all your shit behaviors and upright yourself, your mission becomes clear. And, you will no longer allow your ego or others to make choices that keep you stumbling along in life.

Every woman and man wants to follow a masculine, disciplined, unwavering man, that has directions to improve himself and society, through leadership and example. Again, made clear in the iron temple with resolute abstract goals tending to the health of the physical person, pushing the mind to follow suit.

God speed

[–]2ndalRed Beret0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Been here for 18 months and this comment stands above almost everything else I've read in that time. It reminds me that it is not easy, nor is it supposed to be easy. That "easy" doesn't produce results. It produces mediocrity. If things are easy for you, you're probably doing it wrong.

Thanks.

[–]ImSteveMcQueen0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Fuck, learning to be present and operate in the here and now, requires thoughtfulness, not taught in our society.

Amen, brother !

[–]AmericanViking643 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

I cant speak for the book, but my mission started to become clear once I started getting rid of all the bullshit reasons for why my life wasn't the way I wanted it to be.

I took back control of my life and its direction in general and then thought about what I wanted for a long time. I have always wanted to be a good example of a strong Christian family man/leader, and before I die I want to hunt and kill a large game animal with a bow that I made myself.

It sounds so simple but its the foundation for all my other goals and decisions. Every day I work to be the man that can achieve those goals.

[–]matrixtospartanatLVRed Beret3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

I was born in 1961, right around the birth of feminism.

I, and the majority of men living today, have never known anything but feminism. We were raised and groomed to serve the feminist imperative as manifested in the gynocracy. This indoctrination has taken place on every level. Churches, schools, media, social media. We were separated from our fathers from the beginning in modern society and shit has deteriorated ever since.

I am no exception. Not much more than 6 months ago I was unhaaaaapy. My story is known to some here, but I felt something was wrong. Something was missing.

I worked 2-3 jobs, 55-65 hours a week over 6 days. I poured $1,300,000 into two marriages over 23 years and raised 7 children, 3 of them from 2 other fathers.

And yet, after all that, I was unhaaaapy.

Imagine that.

And then I started to wonder.

And then I found MRP.

And then I was PISSED.

When I finish the first phase of reclaiming my masculinity, I will use that blueprint to help those behind me to reclaim what they have lost, or in many cases, never had.

My purpose is to be a beacon of freedom for any and all within my sphere of influence to use my light to find their way forward in the valley of the shadow of THEIR death until such time as they crest the valley wall and find their own light.

My mission is to covertly introduce as many men as possible to RP wisdom and help them unplug from the matrix of the gynocracy, one man at a time.

My first testing ground are my 5 sons and my daughter.

3 down, 3 to go.

[–]wildnight98MRP APPROVED0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Baby steps for me. My starting out strategy has been to become the kind of man who has that mission. So far, six weeks in, the results are literally unbelievable. Progress is both painfully slow and incredibly fast at the same time. Slow in the things that I started off literally focusing on (my marriage, sex life, fitness, etc) and fast in things that I never saw coming in a million years until they actually happened (new relationships, business opportunities, kids responding and flourishing, sense of self-worth and satisfaction, big ideas, employees responding better, wearing some awesome clothes I have never had the chance to fit into, and more). I have a prioritized goal not to go to bed every day until I've done at least one thing to improve myself, my home, or my business.

[–]screechhaterRed Beret0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Fucking awesome

[–]ReddJiveRed Beret0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I have a military background. Developing a mission was easy.

It’s one sentence.

Have an awesome life on my terms, full of relationships and opportunities.

But to develop a long term vision of your life you have to develop the short term goals. A soldier can’t be expected to assault a fortified position unless he’s fit, trained, and ready.

Start training your mission will develop.

[–]snatch_haggis0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

To me, the stated objectives of your mission should be things that you take action to move forward, every single day.

I put mine in my OYS every week, but without going back and copying it verbatim it's basically "live to 100, make my company successful, and have an awesome life".

For me the live to 100 bit is important because a big part of improving myself is taking steps to take care of my body, eat right, and not fill myself full of toxic junk, recreational or otherwise. I frame a lot of my daily choices around that goal. Same for the other aspects of the mission as well.



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