I’ve been listening to Mike Cernovich’s podcast a lot over the last three days, and he puts a lot of emphasis on the importance of visualizing the future in order to guide action. He quotes Proverbs 29:
18 Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.
People are confused about what they should do about the fall of the Western empire. They are perishing for lack of vision.
It’s simple, in retrospect.
There’s a vision for you. Isn’t it nice how those two words clear up all the brainfog?
I don’t know why nobody else had figured this out yet. Sometimes it really does seem like I’m at the high end of insight, and you have no idea how frightening that idea looks from here.