The Final Blackpill

Sorry bros. You’re not ready for this one. It’s too painful to accept.

You will never be Indian.

I think what Indians understood and the rest of the world clearly doesn’t, is that a religion is also supposed to be fun. It’s supposed to provide a framework that every aspect of human life can be fitted into.

The desire for reason. The desire for mysticism. The darkness of life. The untold senseless misery. And yes, the celebration, the joy, the lust. All of it needs to have a place. You can’t just take half the human condition, declare it “sinful” and “forbidden” and discard it like that.

And because different people have different needs, a religion needs to be able to fit varying human perspectives. Hinduism can do this. If you are an “alpha male”, you feel attracted to Shri Ram. If you are a kinder gentle soul, you may feel attracted to Shri Krishna. If you have a lot of darkness in you, you may feel attracted to Kali.

How is this supposed to work in Christianity? “Yeah, I’ve got a bit of a dark side to me, so the God I choose to worship is called… Satan! Wait, I think I’m doing Christianity wrong…” Rather than being able to incorporate a lot of different human tendencies, human tendencies are forcibly narrowed down until they fit into the Christian framework.

Catholics at least have Mary and the saints, but even Catholicism just can not offer room for the inevitable diversity of human religious expression. And the reality is also, that Christianity, especially Catholicism, is dying out in its European heartland. To some degree the clergy has itself to thank for that, but the reality is also just that we inherited a far less versatile religious tradition than Indians did.

Try finding a community of Catholics anywhere in the world, who are as ecstatically dancing and singing for a saint, as those Hindus are for Shri Ram. In India, Hinduism isn’t really “conservative”, it just is. It is able to adjust to the modern era, like it always has adjusted in the past. In Hinduism, Gods freely come and go. Brahma, the creator in the trimurti, was once worshipped just like Vishnu and Shiva are, but now his cult is nearly gone.

Similarly, the fact that Hinduism has a left hand and a right hand path, means that people who are prone to rebel against society, can still be Hindus. Consider for example, the Aghori. I’ve mentioned them before. They are radical Shaivists who follow a left-hand path. And they appeal to a young Indian man’s imagination just as they do to mine. That is how you get a living organic religion.

What we have in the West now is the vacuum of a dying religion being filled by a new religion, that consists of inventing new genders and where the highest sacrament is to create fake penises and vaginas for depressed teenagers. That’s our new religion. You can call me an LSWM, but be honest:

What other place can you think of, where people are so ecstatic in their religious devotion as those Indians, other than a Western pride parade? For many young teenage girls, seeing the pride parade with a bunch of guys in thongs dancing around is the closest they’ve ever come to experiencing religious ecstasy.

Catholicism today doesn’t do that for teenage girls. You have teenage girls who feel attracted to it, sure. But their desire is different: They desire to appear mysterious and sophisticated. Hence why they’re attracted to the “tradcats”, rather than to liberal Catholicism, the attempt of Catholicism to adjust to the modern world that now faces such massive backlash.

But Hindus don’t need to do that to keep Hinduism alive. They don’t have to become “trad hindus”. At age twenty you may feel your religious impulse satisfied at a psytrance band, at age forty by reading the Upanishads, at age sixty you may decide it’s time to renounce the world and become fully devoted to achieving Moksha.

In the West, there is this strange unspoken notion that religion and fun are supposed to exist on the opposite sides of a spectrum, with drugs and sex on the “fun” side and classical music and old literature on the other side. The Western religious impulse now seems to be mostly driven by fear and the desire to appear sophisticated. The same people who still go to church go to opera and classical concerts too.

The first instinct people in the West generally have towards Hinduism is mockery: “Haha, your God has the head of an elephant, how can you believe in that?” But the same thing that makes a spouse dear to us, is what makes a tradition dear to us. It has to be a little goofy. And Hinduism is a little goofy.

Islam can become oppressive and totalitarian because it’s not goofy, Muhammed is a pretty awful guy, but he’s not goofy. The Ganapati Atharvaśīrṣa states that Ganesha is the supreme reality. But even when you make an absolute claim like that, you just can’t build an oppressive theocracy around a blue guy with the head of an elephant. The idea is just too goofy for that.

And as with most cool things, anything goofy about Hinduism at a second glance starts looking cool. There’s the obvious cow worship. “Haha pajeets worship cows.” Well, I’d love to have a religion that offers some basic dignity to the animal humans abuse most eagerly.

Or just consider the face paint of this saddhu. At first glance, it’s goofy: “Why does that old guy look like he has a DMT trip painted on his forehead.” It’s an expression of his religious identity. And when you take a good glance at his complete outfit, the combination of colors, you realize it’s actually just aesthetically appealing. This is also what religious devotion can look like. We’re used to guys with beards dressed in all black.

In general I think people should wear face paint more often. Tattoos are cringe. You take something stupid like a butterfly, tell yourself that this says something about your identity and then you have it drawn forever in your skin. Why? Why not just temporarily decorate the skin? “Well because that’s not manly and badass and rebellious but just gay and cringe” Yeah, sure. But the saddhu looks cool. There’s no way around it.

Jai gau mata

I try to be intellectually honest to myself. And the reality is just that I’ve never walked into a church and thought to myself “now I’m feeling what the first Christians must have felt”. I’m not against Christianity. I think Jesus is a pretty cool guy. But that’s exactly the sort of nuance Christianity doesn’t really have room for.

And people in my situation tend to have three options:

-Try really really hard to be a good Christian.

-Become a full-fledged cringelord who pretends to worship the old Germanic Gods we know nothing about except for what was written down by Christian missionaries. Note, these Gods were worshipped by vikings who showed up to your shore to rape and enslave your ancestors and plunder your lands. Or do you want to go back 2000 years and decide to worship Nerthus?

-Convert to Hinduism (kinda cringe, as it really can’t be separated from its ethnic roots). As a convert to Hinduism in the Netherlands, you’re always just going to be “that guy”. And I’m already always “that guy”, so I don’t want to be “that guy” even more.

None of these three really come intuitively to a human being. You need to have pretty severe autism to be born into a Western secular household and be able to wholeheartedly embrace any of these three options. To me that is the most severe black pill there is.

And that’s why we’re stuck with the modern Western religion of worshipping Frankenstein monsters that pretend to be the opposite gender. Sexual perversion and promiscuity come pretty naturally to humans. That fills the void for us.

To any Indians reading along, try not to repeat our errors. Don’t declare yourself an “atheist” or some other cringe Western term. It’s easier to destroy something than to rebuild it. And even if you genuinely find yourself convinced it’s useless, your children may feel otherwise. I for one hope it continues to thrive and I hope that the people of Indonesia, Pakistan and Bangladesh who were once Hindu rediscover the religion.

I think the ultimate answer to this question, is that we in the West, have to go through the process that Hindus have already gone through over thousands of years. We have to give birth to our religion. And like Hinduism, our new religion will have to be a little goofy. That’s what makes it lovable.

We can’t just recreate the old pantheon. And we have to incorporate the insights we have gained over the centuries. Just as Hinduism is ultimately based on an understanding of nature, I think our new religion will be based on the worship of nature. Our saddhus, will be those who are fully devoted to living in balance with nature.

I think that activist movements like Extinction Rebellion and the German Letzte Generation, create the kind of fertile layer of widespread discontent and apocalypticism in which new religions are born. Combine this reality with the widespread access that people now have to psychedelics and I think a new era of religious awakening can come into existence.

28 Comments

  1. I too am “that guy” who embraced a bunch of Hindu weirdness. It’s a totally outsider perspective, and alienates you even from people who are themselves eclectic outsiders.

    One thing I think speaks to the Euro-American experience is the English word grim. Older fantasy authors, especially Tolkien, used it very often; grim of face, for example. It’s a way of being that, while it surely exists somewhere in the relatively innocent pagan consciousness, doesn’t hold the same import as it does for the Christianized Germanics.

    Of course, GRIMNESS is totally black metal as well. Abbath of Immortal probably used it more himself than many fantasy authors did across all of their books. To be a grim neo-Hindu in the west is, I feel, my calling in life. It is the work of us who can feel the deficiencies of Catholicism while still admiring it.

  2. >Become a full-fledged cringelord who pretends to worship the old Germanic Gods we know nothing about except for what was written down by Christian missionaries.
    If you actually read the Sagas and Eddas you’d see we know nearly as much about the Germanic Gods as we do the Greek, or Hindu ones. The whole “written by Christians” thing is just a way for people who are against the idea of a European Pagan revival to dismiss it (I see this argument posted all the time, it’s not a unique insight) It’s historically accepted that most of we know about the Germanic Gods that was copied down originates from oral tradition, and the material culture of our ancestors attests to this fact. The Germanic Gods were not just worshiped by the Vikings, they were the pre-Christian faith for ALL Germanic peoples, including Anglo Saxons, Franks, Teutons, etc. Ultimately comparative mythology shows that the Indo-European religions, Norse, Hindu, Celtic, Greek, etc all originate from the same source (Even the beliefs of Native Americans have elements shared with Indo-European cultures, such as the world tree, due to us sharing ancestry with the same Siberian Mammoth Hunters they come from over twenty thousand years ago) The deities different cultures worship are for the most part the same deities, just understood in a different cultural context. As you said though, religion is tied up in ethnic tradition, and I will add that all Indo-European religions include ancestors worship, so to stay in line with the spirit of Paganism one should worship the interpretation of the Gods their ancestors did. Germanic Paganism can be just as durable with incorporating new insights as Hinduism, and most modern practitioners do as much. Environmentalists is also a huge aspects of Germanic Paganism. Really there’s no need to reinvent the wheel, especially for superficial reason as “it’s cringe” or ” I want more novelty” Really, I could imagine similar reasoning being influential in our conversion to Christianity in the first place, and no one is going to sincerely believe a religion you just cocked up as an intellectual exercise rather than something with some historical basis. Embrace ‘the cringe”, fake it til you make if you have to, and be happy. I will also say that slightly crazy witchy chicks love Norse shit, so if that’s your thing you know what Gods to back.

    • >As you said though, religion is tied up in ethnic tradition, and I will add that all Indo-European religions include ancestors worship, so to stay in line with the spirit of Paganism one should worship the interpretation of the Gods their ancestors did.

      Yeah and that’s where the mess begins.

      I’m Dutch. We’re a mixture of Germanic and Celtic people, with probably some Roman thrown in. Just like most Europeans I guess.

      So what’s the solution then? Worship the Germanic pantheon, or the Celtic pantheon? Am I supposed to venerate Brigid? Am I supposed to become a Druid?

      But fine, let’s say we’re 100% Germanic.

      The vikings are still just the bad guys. They were buddies with the Muslims. Together they engaged in the timeless activity of enslaving Christians, raping and plundering.

      The peasantry won freedom from slavery with the collapse of the Roman empire. But then these snowniggers from Scandinavia show up and take you back to their land to rape you. When the vikings founded Dublin it was the largest slave market in all of Europe.

      The Norse only really stopped their slave trade, when they converted to Christianity. The Christians were constantly encouraging them to release their slaves. If they’re oppressed pagans who don’t like Christianity, let them sail to Rome and enslave the Pope. But they always went for the easiest targets. They’re cowards.

      I’ve been to Sweden and Norway. When you go to their museums, they’re all like “we wuz traders n shit fam”. No you weren’t. You plundered isolated monasteries that were indefensible and enslaved Christian Europeans.

      So now imagine you’re some Dutch peasant farmer who watches his wife and and daughters seized by snowniggers, then centuries later your sperglord ancestors with their greasy ponytails and their black t-shirts are inspired by their terrible taste in music to decide to unironically revive the snownigger religion, based off some dumbass Christian missionaries who thought this religion with no scripture of its own was worth recording for curiosity’s sake.

      Don’t you see how completely cringe that is?

      Hinduism and Buddhism don’t really have that baggage. The Buddha makes it absolutely clear that slavery is forbidden, you’re not allowed to trade in human beings.

      • >So what’s the solution then? Worship the Germanic pantheon, or the Celtic pantheon? Am I supposed to venerate Brigid? Am I supposed to become a Druid?
        I’d say both are viable, though we do know more about the the Germanic Pantheon than the Celtic, I think if the Celtic pantheon truly appealed to one’s soul that’s cool.

        >The vikings are still just the bad guys. They were buddies with the Muslims. Together they engaged in the timeless activity of enslaving Christians, raping and plundering.
        OK, and? Christians were enslaving, raping, and plundering too. The Anglo Saxons were slavers, favoring the enslavement of Britain’s indigenous Celts. Charlemagne was a slaver who who built much of his kingdom’s wealth off selling white people into slavery (Though they were Pagan Slavs, not Christians), many of whom ended up in Islamic markets. None of these are unique to Vikings in this time period. OK sure hundreds of years after the Viking Age serfdom has mostly supplanted slavery, but in their time the Vikings were just doing what everyone else was doing (Though they were arguably better at it). You have our people escaping slavery for the most part in the high middle ages (Except when Venice or the Crusader States kept slaves), and then early modernity roles around and Christian cultures that hadn’t had slavery for hundreds of years bring it back. Seems to me that it’s not a religious thing, rather slavery is simply around when it’s economically viable, and isn’t around when it isn’t viable. I also question if serfdom or wage slavery is really all THAT better than slavery most of the time. Functionally, you’re still forced to slave away at some menial job by your overlords in order to survive. I guess slavery is worse because you get kidnapped before the drudgery begins, and instead of being tossed out on the streets when you don’t work you get beaten instead.

        >The Norse only really stopped their slave trade, when they converted to Christianity.
        Slavery ended in the Norse World at around the same time as it did in most of Europe, England only ended slavery in 1021. It’s not really a religious thing. Nowhere in the Eddas does it say. “Odin commands you to enslave boy molesting priests and sell them to Muslims.”

        >I’ve been to Sweden and Norway. When you go to their museums, they’re all like “we wuz traders n shit fam”. No you weren’t.
        They were both, as-well as explorers, they were the Europeans that first discovered the Americas after-all.

        >So now imagine you’re some Dutch peasant farmer who watches his wife and and daughters seized by snowniggers, then centuries later your sperglord ancestors with their greasy ponytails and their black t-shirts are inspired by their terrible taste in music to decide to unironically revive the snownigger religion,
        Imagine you’re some Dutch peasant in the Carolingian Empire, who watches his wife and daughter get burned at the stake by Christians for not giving up their ancestral religion; then centuries later some guy is telling your descendant that Christianity is a religion of peace. Imagine telling a Welshman enslaved by Anglo Saxons, or a Slav enslaved by the Carolingian Empire, or a nigger enslaved by the British that Christianity is what ended slavery.

        >Hinduism
        Is a religion tradition found in a culture with a rigid racial caste system, are you seriously telling me that the Hindus historically didn’t have slaves?

        >Buddhism
        Medieval Buddhist nations had slavery as-well. None of this means that modern practitioners support slavery, it just means these religions aren’t special.

        You sure you’re not biased against German religion because of people like Varg? He doesn’t even believe in the Gods really.

        • >Christians were enslaving, raping, and plundering too. The Anglo Saxons were slavers, favoring the enslavement of Britain’s indigenous Celts.

          Um, just checking. You realize the indigenous Celts practiced insular Christianity, whereas the invading Anglo Saxons were Germanic heathens, right?

          >Is a religion tradition found in a culture with a rigid racial caste system, are you seriously telling me that the Hindus historically didn’t have slaves?

          In India slavery seems to be a rare exceptional phenomenon. At least until the Muslims show up.

          >Medieval Buddhist nations had slavery as-well.

          Yes. But the Buddha explicitly condemns it.

          >You sure you’re not biased against German religion because of people like Varg? He doesn’t even believe in the Gods really.

          Yes, I’m somewhat biased against German religion because of cringelords like Varg who believe in it and this guy at my university who bought a pocketwatch and then engraved Germanic runes in it.

          Don’t get me wrong, I’m a cringelord myself. I’m fully aware of that. But I’m not looking to become even more cringe.

          One way of becoming less cringe is to just stop taking yourself and the things you like so seriously.

          Example: Black metal is cringe, because it takes itself seriously. Folk metal is not cringe, because it realizes it’s a joke.

          When I look at Hindus on the internet, I always notice that there is some degree of post-irony in their religious sentiment. They believe something, they recognize and acknowledge the weirdness of it, but then they believe in it anyway.

          The tradcats kinda seem to have that post-ironic attitude, but it’s kind of hard to reconcile post-irony with the Catholic theology they adhere to.

          • >Um, just checking. You realize the indigenous Celts practiced insular Christianity, whereas the invading Anglo Saxons were Germanic heathens, right?
            The Anglo Saxons enslaved the Celts for hundreds of years after they became Christian

            >In India slavery seems to be a rare exceptional phenomenon. At least until the Muslims show up.
            I’m not an expert in Indian history, but even if they didn’t practice chattel slavery as much as others that still doesn’t mean they didn’t practice it, or that it’s because their religion is special.

            >Yes. But the Buddha explicitly condemns it.
            That’s good, Christians are the same in that they don’t practice what they preach.

            >Yes, I’m somewhat biased against German religion because of cringelords like Varg who believe in it
            Varg has his own beliefs, he basically believes the Gods are Jungian archetypes, he doesn’t even believe in the Gods. I believe in the faith of my ancestors (I’m a American who’s half Norwegian and half German if you care) I don’t believe whatever Varg believes.

            >When I look at Hindus on the internet, I always notice that there is some degree of post-irony in their religious sentiment. They believe something, they recognize and acknowledge the weirdness of it, but then they believe in it anyway
            I think European Pagans can be similar, I dunno.

            >The tradcats kinda seem to have that post-ironic attitude, but it’s kind of hard to reconcile post-irony with the Catholic theology they adhere to.
            True

          • I accidentally slipped into a debate with Varg onetime. Even though I’m not religious I somewhat defended Dark Ages Christians as being defenders of the flame of civilization.
            Varg didn’t like that at all and gave me a talking to.

      • You know those desert cultist monks at Lindisfarne 100% had it coming, right?

        Historical christianity and contemporary wokeness are the same damn thing.

  3. I know the feeling
    It is the real thing
    The essence of the soul…

    The perfect moment
    That golden moment
    I know you feel it too…

    I know the feeling
    It is the real thing
    You can’t refuse the embrace..

    No!

    It’s like the pattern below the skin
    You gotta reach out and pull it all in
    And you feel like you’re too close
    But you swallow another dose

    The pinnacle of happiness
    Filling up your soul
    You don’t think you can take any more
    You never wanna let go

    To touch the roots of experience
    The most basic ingredients
    To see the unseen glitter of life
    And feel the dirt, grief, anger and strife

    Cherish the certainty of Now
    It kills you a bit at a time
    Cradle the inspiration
    It will leave you writhing on the floor…

    This is so unreal, what I feel
    This nourishment, life is bent
    Into a shape I can hold
    A twist of fate, all my own
    Just grit your teeth, make no sound
    Take a step away and look around
    Just clench your fist and close your eyes
    Look deep inside, hypnotize
    The whisper is but a shout
    That’s what it is all about
    Yes, the ecstasy, you can pray
    You will never let it slip away…

    Like the sacred song that someone sings you, through you
    Like the flesh so warm that the thorn sticks into, into
    Like the dream you know one day will come to life, life
    Try to hold on just a little longer, longer, stronger, stronger…

    It’s the jewel of victory
    The chasm of misery
    And once you have bitten the core
    You will always know the flavor

    The split second of divinity
    You drink up the sky
    All of heaven is in your arms
    You know the reason why

    It’s right there, all by itself
    And what you are, there is nothing else
    You’re growing a life within a life
    The lips of wonder kiss you inside

    And when it’s over the feeling remains
    It all comes down to this
    The smoke clears, I see what it is
    That made me feel this way…

    I know the feeling
    It is the real thing
    The essence of the soul

    The perfect moment
    That golden moment
    I know you feel it too

    I know the feeling
    It is the real thing
    You can’t refuse the embrace!

    This is so unreal, what I feel
    Flood, sell your soul, feel the blood
    Pump through your veins, can’t explain
    The element that’s everything
    Just clench your fist and close your eyes
    Look deep inside, hypnotize
    Yes, the ecstasy, you can pray
    You will never let it slip away
    Yes, the ecstasy, you can pray
    You will never let it slip away
    You will never let it slip away
    You will never let it slip away…

    Like the echoes of your childhood laughter, ever after
    Like the first time love urged you to take it’s guidance, in silence
    Like your heartbeat when you realize you’re dying… but you’re trying
    Like the way you cry for a happy ending, ending, ending

    I know
    I know….

    https://youtu.be/HYFDKk4K1tY

  4. “Germanic Gods” (broadly defined) and Hinduism are just branches of the same religion.

    For sure the Hindus have a more expansive tradition due to a longer continuity and more people.

    On the other hand, what’s the point of religion if you can just pick absolutely anything you want from a buffet of belief?

  5. Of course you have never walked into a church and then felt what the early Christians felt. Because they didn’t have church buildings; for them it wasn’t about buildings and ceremonies. They walked with Christ in the flesh when he was in the flesh, and then when he came to them the second time in the spirit they walked with him that way. As we can. He is a light within us; a guide, a teacher: “Christ in you, the hope of glory” (Col. 1:27). Within us now, presently, and accessible. Christianity entered the dark night of the apostasy once it became a state religion and accepted warfare (it was originally a peace religion), but there are still Christians (and non-Christians) who take up their daily cross and follow Christ. And yes, as you say, one’s religion must be born within oneself; Paul said: “my children, I am having labor pains again until Christ is formed in you: (Gal. 4:19)

    “Were Christ born a thousand times in Bethelehem, and not in thee, thou art lost eternally.” Angelus Silesius

    As to Catholics, charismatic Catholics engage in faith healing, prophesize and speak in tongues; they are as exuberant as you might wish. An older lady in my home town was one, and she and a group of other Catholic ladies were the source of great stress to the local priest, who felt that he had to supervise so that things didn’t get out of control.

  6. >You will never be Indian.
    Don’t worry, statistically you probably will be next time around.

    Not Catholic for the most part, but black American churches do frequently still have exuberant religious practices. Big time agree re:tattoos

  7. Does anybody know if any Indians are practicing pasatafarians ?
    Or if The First Amalgamated Church has any followers inIndia ?

  8. so uh have you ever heard of savitri devi?

    its a british woman who converted to hinduism, became a vegetarian and joined the nazi party because she thought hitler was an avatar of vishnu. maybe he was i dont know what do you think

    • I think an avatar of Vishnu would have been more compassionate. Hitler was very ruthless, not just in his treatment of the Jews, but also of the Poles and other slavs. Indians generally don’t engage in genocide of other tribes. Rather, they assimilate them, merging their deities and culture.

      His cruelty towards other ethnic groups makes it basically impossible to rehabilitate Hitler. It’s a bit like Genghis Khan or Muhammed. Being proud of Genghis Khan or Muhammed is also just pretty stupid. Rapists and mass murderers are rapists and mass murderers, regardless of how long ago they lived.

      • Eh, I mean, the indian caste system is the result of conquest of that continent by the so called indo-european chariot nomads, so there was plenty of genocide in there.

        mahabharata describes a war in which untold millions perish

        You are just turning Indians into noble savages.

        Nietzsche has a chapter on the indian “pacifism” in twilight of the idols chapter “the improvers of mankind”, which explains things much better than I ever could

        violence is the universal law of the world
        heraclitus says: war is the father of all and king of all,
        and some he made free, some slaves, some mortal men and some, gods

  9. I ran into this exact problem, the solution is to embrace the platonists and neo platonism even German Idealism lead to this place (read Geiser he said the German idealists eventually returned to platonism). There is a guy on YouTube theoria apophasis he is really good for this stuff.

  10. Lol this is a tad bit dramatic and dualistic. It’s true tho to many extents…and through specific narrow lenses. Nevertheless, this had to be written, so thank you.

    Novelty is being written right under your noses. Figure it out. The entire western world doesn’t need to go through what India did because of said mistakes of the past – paltry and regressed perspective. Though, the west really did fuck up its culture(s) to many extents…you are correct…yet there is a mutation of its own going on that you’re clearly overlooking by being so emo about the current collective states. Saying it out loud is fine and discussing it is fine, but I hope all y’all are seeing the opportunity as well. This is an opportunity to curate the most rare, the most personalized reality vehicles.

    The biggest problem in a reality/Universe of epic and infinite proportions is homogeneity. It’s cringe and embarrassing. It’s cope. We have all this material, for those that put in some curatorial leg work, for all of us to make something of ourselves…to create a patchwork of cultural systems. And it’s already organically happening. Started with intelectual/autistic/witchy millennials, and secretive “enlightened” zoomers of the west are now curating their own too. I can’t say the entire collective of said generations are getting involved. But man, the potential is there. A good faction of millenials and zoomers are beautifully crafting and curating their lore. Get with it.

    A blend of old and new. An organic series of events that’s personalized to individuals and groups of individuals. Lore that is immutable, scarce, but shared and revered. Y’all missing the point, and the opportunity.

    Only the most beautiful self curated individuals will feel fulfilled. Think more, it goes deeper than you think.

    • And no it’s not the lgbtq or whatever millenials and zoomers…these people in their entirety go unnoticed…some even balance several factions of thought.

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