Thursday, February 16, 2017

Psalm 22, 23-24

Praise God in public for all to hear, signaling that you stand with God so that God will stand with you despite fierce blowback from godless, worldly sinners: "I will proclaim your name to my brethren; in the midst of the assembly I will praise you. You who fear the Lord, praise him; all you descendants of Jacob, give glory to him; revere him, al you descendants of Israel!"

The Desolation

Traditionally, loners are 1 or 2% of the population in any community. They were driven half-mad by social ostracism, often going under ground, selling out and group-joining, etc.

It would be socially rewarding if loners could find each other to comfort and support each other to continue individual-living and to maverize. We should advertise a loner blog site on the Internet so that we may discover and reinforce our own kind.

Nice Concept

On Page 606 of her novel, The Fountainhead, Ayn Rand, criticizes groupists as living second hand. She praises her individualists as living first hand.

Not Bravado

Self-esteem is not the same as prancing about like some hotshot, flamboyant, bragging, arrogant, flamboyant, haughty and exhibitionist.

Self-esteem is more likely to underwrite the man that is polite, gentle-spoken, confident and direct in all that he thinks, speaks is and does.

His self-talk is positive and realistic, but his sense of well-being runs deep and wide as his internal, psychological outlook.

To Love The Self

To love the self is to dare follow and obey God and the Good Spirits. It  is to separate from the herd and individuate. There are powerful, personal and societal repercussions from these profound, life-altering private and market place declarations of singular independence, granted to the self by the self.

The assertion of these life-giving natural rights grants one spiritual freedom a defined under my Mavellonialist faith.

These declarations also grant one political liberty as an individuated anarchist mostly defined and prescribed by the citizen role advocated by the Great One, Mark Levin., the Jewish-American political philosopher.

As these spiritual and political reaching for liberty-fulfillment are undertaken by more and more Americans, my divinely inspired, gentle revolution to reform and take over the world, will get underway.


Do not overrate and confuse cocky extroversion with high self-esteem, individual-living and maverizing. They are very different states of being. Often, the cocky extrovert is the leader of the pack, its bully to attack mavericks or struts like a class clown.

Do not undertake and mischaracterize the diffident introvert as unsure and suffering from low self-esteem. Many demure and quiet introverts individual-live  and self-actualize. Only the individual, that displays these two behaviors, enjoys deep, lasting, high self-esteem.

It seems that more cocky extroverts possess an easier potential to enjoy high self-esteem than do more shy, overly cautious introverts. But, where the introverts decides to individual-live and maverize, high self-esteem readily flows to her.

It takes high self-esteem to dare know liberty, the act of self-liberation, the following of the Good Spirits--these stances dramatically increases her access to high self-esteem flowing into her soul and psyche.

The Individuator's Will

When the chips are down, the individuator will stay the course in a fight, whether with guns, or verbally.

It requires great will and supreme confidence to presume that one deserves to maverize, and that it will work out, and that  no other lifestyle is acceptable.

When it comes to self-defense, military service, or speaking an unpopular truth in front of a snarling mob, their might wills render them as fearless, formidable opponents to the wicked and insipid.