I’m getting a lot of replies to yesterday’s newsletter from people who feel… lost.
And the main question they have is “what’s the point?”
They’re slogging through their daily routines… working a job… getting an education…
…doing everything they’ve been told to do.
But they feel disconnected and directionless.
So I’m taking a break from the current series to answer that question for them.
What’s the point?
The point is this:
Your generation has more opportunity than any generation before it.
More access to information and knowledge.
But you’ve been indoctrinated with a poisonous ideology to prevent you from using any of it effectively.
You see, yesterday I talked about “teams” competing for control of the reality that will eventually spring forth from this period of rapidly accelerating change.
And it seems that one of those teams wants your generation to self-destruct, spiritually speaking.
They want you to be nihilists.
They want you to be victims.
They want you to be morally outraged over perceived injustice and lack of equality.
But, most of all, they want you to be unremarkable, unthinking, interchangeable cogs in their social machine.
Your generation was given participation awards for everything.
This robbed you of the motivation to strive for greatness in your natural talents.
When everybody gets an award for everything, whether they’re good at it or not, it strips all meaning from achievement.
It destroys all motivation for individual pursuit of greatness.
It dehumanizes you by making you believe that you have nothing unique or special to offer the world… because everybody is exactly the same.
What’s the point?
You’re the point.
You are unique.
You can do things for this world that nobody else can do.
You are naturally better at something than everybody else… and other people are naturally better at other things than you.
And this is a good thing.
Because the way towards a more united world is to encourage people to embrace and develop their unique gifts…
…NOT to drag everybody down to the lowest common denominator in the name of some soulless, materialistic ideal of “equality.”
You are more important than you realize…
You have more creative power than you realize…
You have more opportunity and resources to work with that power than you realize…
And there are people who are terrified that you will realize it.
So they’ve put a lot of effort into making sure you don’t realize it.
And I can make an effort to point all this out to you, but ultimately… nobody can tell you why you’re here or what you can offer the world.
Your unique purpose in life can only come from within you.