We are born knowing nothing.  Whatever we know, therefore, exists because we put it there.  Building it can seem hard.  Yet, when we do, it gives us a freedom and an exhilaration we would not have otherwise.

We never lose the Mental Strength we build; we may just be unable to apply it in conditions that exceed it.  So,

  • Drugs and alcohol do not reduce mental strength…
  • Partying, playing, indolence, do not replace mental strength…
  • Aggression, control, violence, do not protect mental strength…
  • AI, computer gaming, social networking do not stifle mental strength…

These activities only allow us to escape the work of building mental strength or prevent us from having access to it.  It simply stagnates because we do not continue to build it.

Therefore, when we seem to lack mental strength, it is not because we have lost it or it is diseased.  Because we function on what we have built, its lack is relative to what we have to face.  Sometimes the reality is in balance with what we have.  Sometimes it exceeds what we have leaving us feeling overwhelmed, weakened, or even oppressed.  The real solution is not to seek a compatible reality but to build more mental strength so we can function comfortably in as wide a range of conditions as can challenge us.

Wtih sturdy mental strength, you can comfortably take life by the helm and navigate through any adversity

So, when life seems bleak or bleary and you feel too unable to go on…

When too many things or too many people seem to interfere with your ability to be happy, or successful…

When life makes you angry or depressed, or reckless, or wanting to just run away…

When you want to climb back up and get to enjoy life the way it should be…

It may seem that the only way to do it is to have someone who is stronger, more balanced or knowledgeable to take you there!

But there is a better way -

Look to YOU to build YOUR own Mental Strength

Building mental strength is easy.  Of course it requires some effort, but that process is not, and should not be therapy.  It is a logical examination of things we are not inclined to examine naturally and a strategic guidance to bring those ideas into personal ownership.  It is a strength that we must build internally, and it rewards us with dignity, confidence, and a firm sense of purpose.

First, what I must tell you is something you already know instinctively.  This is that mankind, homo sapiens, are beings of intelligence.  We use reason above any physical skill, strength, or instinct.  We have bodies that allow us to  apply that intelligence rationally to the conditions that arise within our environment.   We do, however, have to build that intelligence, even if, sometimes, parts of that body may malfunction making our display of intelligence distorted.

Today, there is very little education on who or what we are and how we fit in with a reality that seems more and more adversarial every day. We do have a choice, however.  We can choose to define, develop, and strengthen ourselves as minds.  Or we can choose to bury our heads in the sand and hope that everything will be sorted out – naturally, or by the action of more knowledgeable professionals or a benevolent God.

Here is an invitation for you to seek to define your mental strength and make life meaningful rather than an experience of survival or physical comfort. I will not lead you on a structured path nor do I aim to manage you. I will simply discuss with you an intelligent examination of both the apparently chaotic world and the definitely hidden process of your function as a being of reason and logic.  Power comes from the character we have developed and subsequently from the intelligence and understanding it builds, not from physical strength, position, or possession.  You need to know how to respect that aspect of you – your character – build it, and use it to always represent you.  Yes, it requires some effort, but its rewards are limitless.

Let me show you how I intend to guide you to make yourself stronger

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