Joining me today is Denis Rancourt, here to discuss his recent censorship as well as the COVID illusion.…
By Allan Stevo
“By the age of 40 nearly every American has learned to conform,” said my favorite Greek philosopher to me once.
Look around your life and you see how true it is.
Also, by the age of 40, life is solidified for many. The standards you hold at the age of 40 are the standards you will continue to hold after the age of 40 for many people.
Were you okay driving your rust bucket that broke down every 900 miles? Were you okay living off fast food? Were you okay working a second job that didn’t use any of your skills, but was a way to just pay the bills on things you never really needed? Buy New $76.63 (as of 03:18 EDT – Details)
For many their life is locked in at 40. Complacency sets in and “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” becomes prescriptive rather than descriptive. In being prescriptive it turns into descriptive as well unfortunately. But life need not be that way. You can be aware of that, and you can attain better, you can demand more of life.
You see, I want you to grow up in all the right ways, dear warrior.…