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Egoistic Survival

July 5, 2009
Egoistic Survival
One surefire sign of mental derangement is the attitude that championing the rights of others is some how more righteous then to look to ones own welfare. This attitude seems to indicate that either the person in question feels his life is perfect and not in need of further effort, his life is not perfect and therefore worthless or that the person is sacrificing himself as an act some kind of penance. Either way it is astonishing how this relates directly to the success a society has achieved.
Only a successful society that has become stagnant begins to see this type of unmitigated compassion as noble. Only a society blinded by ease places the welfare of others above its own.
A society that is healthy is self-concerned and puts its own welfare above that of others. This is the definition of the drive to survive. If a society does not desire survival it will be destroyed either by atrophy or by conquest.
The effete son of the victor lavishes in luxury and in that luxury he finds his doom.

One surefire sign of mental derangement is the attitude that championing the rights of others is some how more righteous then to look to ones own welfare. This attitude seems to indicate that either the person in question feels his life is perfect and not in need of further effort, his life is not perfect and therefore worthless or that the person is sacrificing himself as an act some kind of penance. Either way it is astonishing how this relates directly to the success a society has achieved.

Only a successful society that has become stagnant begins to see this type of unmitigated compassion as noble. Only a society blinded by ease places the welfare of others above its own.

A society that is healthy is self-concerned and puts its own welfare above that of others. This is the definition of the drive to survive. If a society does not desire survival it will be destroyed either by atrophy or by conquest.

The effete son of the victor lavishes in luxury and in that luxury he finds his doom.

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