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Don’t Blame Your Parents!
Counter-Currents presents a new video of Greg Johnson’s essay “Blaming Your Parents,” about why it’s a bad idea to blame your misfortunes on your upbringing or genetic heritage.
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I’m not sure I agree with suggesting people might contemplate suicide if they experience the feeling of wishing their lives away. Would it not be better to remind people that they are part of an unbroken chain of being and suggest that they should dedicate themselves to a higher purpose, the furtherance of European civilization and its people?
Good comment to a cogent and wise essay. The best way to stave off depression is to do something that you can believe is inherently worthwhile, even if that something is only really worthwhile to you (or even is something you have merely deemed “worthwhile”, and this even if you are a nihilist who believes in a general sense that nothing is worthwhile). It is not good for a sensitive mind to be perpetually turned upon itself. We are members of a species evolved to be social, and most are more apt to find meaning in social relations than to discover it through introspection.
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