The world collapsing around you? Take the challenge- Find the fun.

You and I live in “interesting times”. That’s not going to change unless it is to get more “interesting”. I’d better accept it.

So, I am determined to have fun with tyranny, however I can manage. I’ll play and mess with them and make fun of them in subtle ways they may miss. But I’ll know, and it will make me smile.

Maybe some few raging statists are smarter than I give them credit for, but most are downright idiots. Use that fact.

I can have fun even knowing it’s a serious situation. Just like any survival situation, if you forget to find the fun in it you’ll suffer needlessly, and you may hurt your chances of surviving. Hard situations can bring out the best in you if you let them. And show you what you’re made of. There’s beauty in surviving a blizzard in the forest, or a desert crossing in the summer. There must also be beauty in surviving a police state and finding little ways to take back some liberty (which amounts to spitting in their drink without them knowing you did so).

I think I had recently forgotten to have fun with the circumstances. Statists and their enforcers are just so ridiculous I’ve got to laugh. Sure, they are dangerous. So are lots of other things. You need to stay alert. Be aware and keep your eyes open. Yes, this is deadly serious. But have fun. Laugh. Live in spite of them. To spite them.

It’s your life. Don’t let the pro-government extremist idiots ruin it for you.

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One Response to “The world collapsing around you? Take the challenge- Find the fun.”

  1. Samuel Spade Says:

    Another thing to remember: no matter how bad it gets, the world will not end You will probably live to laugh about the police state and economic collapse — and how it was that you were ever convinced to believe that a “healthy” state was necessary for “healthy” individuals. Because you see that all states are always unhealthy for those who believe in them — ineffective and redundant for those who treat them with indifference.

    As a matter of fact, the world will not end until the day I die. At that point, the world will end. My world.

    But your world won't change when my world ends — if you maintain a sense of humor. On the other hand, if you allow yourself to get all bent out of shape over “…the direction 'our-great-nation' is going…” it could have a dire effect on your health and the conviviality and longevity of your world. Sam

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