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>"I'm 42 and tired" — Malin Berggren. >I'm 42. Until the year 2002, when I retired, I worked, hard, since I was 17. Despite some health challenges, I put in 50-hour weeks, and never called in sick. I am wealthy, but I didn't inherit my job or my income, and I worked to get where I am. Given the economy, there’s no retirement in sight, and I’m tired. Very tired. >I’m tired of being told that I have to “spread the wealth around” to people who don’t have my work ethic. I’m tired of being told the government will take the money I earned, by force if necessary, and give it to people too lazy or stupid to earn it. >I’m tired of being told that I have to pay more taxes to “keep people in their homes", I’m tired of being told that Islam is a "religion of peace", I’m tired of being told that "Israel is our friend", I’m tired of being told that "everyone is equal", I’m tired of being told that "there are no races", I’m tired of seeing my country being overrun by outsiders while my culture is destroyed.

a temporary resolution for the "life issue"?

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a couple of weeks ago me and my friends traveled to a farm distant from our city and one of our objectives in this trip was to take acid together, which we did (four squares for 4 people). as a curious as we are, we tend to think about the purpose of life chronically and this "solution" our found is holding myself for a while. (we smoked a lot of joints and drank some, so this is how I basically remember it) our monkey-self, that's how we called our biological body, would be a device to express our entity (mind, consciousness, willness etc) to the universe. and for the machine to work properly, both sides must cooperate. the monkey tells us everyday by biological/chemical means its needs: eat, sleep, drink, fuck etc; through its means, our entitie receive the message. therefore, we have free will to do it or not, and as entities, even though very wise, we won't always supress its wants. (almost) all the time we know "a right thing" we were supposed to do, but if our monkey is somehow down, it's highly unlikely he will run the task. then we as entities feel frustrated and powerless. we got to the conclusion that the entity is a divine thing dwelling an animal, this pure energy that somehow came lit in this animal brain. TL;DR: our instincts are likely to defeat our mind decisions. we almost always have the idea of the best way, but the monkey won't always allow us to. that would be the catch: defeat our animal in order to grow as a being.
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Is Lord Jim worth a read, /lit/?
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Is it good?
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ITT: Book covers of the same book from different countries comparison.
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>2013 >not being a hedonist what's the point? you're going to die anyway...
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Is learning ancient greek that difficult? I'm fluent in english and french and I'd only need to be able to read greek. Would it be worthwhile to study the classics in the original?

Awesome writers and poets

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Siegfried Sassoon >"He went over with bombs in daylight, under covering fire from a couple of rifles, and scared away the occupants. A pointless feat, since instead of signalling for reinforcements, he sat down in the German trench and began reading a book of poems which he had brought with him. When he went back he did not even report. Colonel Stockwell, then in command, raged at him. The attack on Mametz wood had been delayed for two hours because British patrols were still reported to be out. "British patrols" were Siegfried and his book of poems." Robert Graves, Goodbye to All That (London: Penguin, 1960), p. 174.

Books on the US Civil War

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Looking for recommendations on purchasing books about the US Civil war. What are peoples opinions on The Civil War: A Narrative by Shelby Foote and other good books about the war?
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God Tier: Subject Verb Object Acceptable Tier: Subject Object Verb, Verb Subject Object Yoda Tier: Object Verb Subject lel so randum xD Tier: random word order

fantasy books

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I'm a fantasy fan... can anyone tell me some great books to read? which one is the best fantasy book you ever readed?
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So /lit/ how many of you make a living off of what you write? I'm not talking fiction, but copyediting, ghostwriting, proofreading, translating and kindred arts that allow one to earn money by means of penmanship. Share tips, stories and regrets. I am a translator myself (European and Asian language) but I sometimes also make some extra money by proofreading manuscripts and writing book reviews for publishing companies (the pay is actually quite decent). Trying to start working as a copyeditor of sorts but being a non-native English speaker has somewhat hindered this endeavor (the job market in my home country is utterly dismal).
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>tfw 10/10 qt3.14 already has a bf
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>free will is knowing everything is predetermined lolspinoza
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hey guys My buddy is trying to find the audio book for Joseph Boydens "Through Black Spruce" anybody know where to find it for free? I know my buddy is a fucking idiot for not reading it Just wondering Don't even think it's a good idea to come to /lit/ asking for an audio book I am ashamed, but just trying to help a friend out for school I'll understand if you tell me to fuck off pic unrelated true master whom I've almost read his complete works Fyodor Dostoevsky
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Thought I could share this. I tried it a second time and it worked. Feel free to insult me if this does not work anymore.
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Just a friendly reminder that you will never be rich and live in a large house.
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I has book. Can I be /lit/fag nao?
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Hey lit in can you please suggest some open minded books that change your point of view about humanity?

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