As I type this the fact that my biggest viewers are of course my "haters" and to be honest it makes me smile. Generally this category of people is populated by people I've step on, step up to or just utterly rejected (usually females who were upset I picked a younger, hotter & less attached female to "associate with" but I know a few gay guys who are made I maintain my heterosexual tastes). Ultimately it comes down to a simple issue; I have a life worth living.
I am by no means a saint & far too much a sinner. Sinners are interesting people, don't you think..?
Quite simply one of my favorite philosophers is Friedrich Nietzsche. I'm not an absolute believer in the Nietzsche's philosophy, after all I believe in God and to make Nietzsche my absolute philosophy would make him my "god." I'm not willing to go that far, so let not. However, the German philosopher did say
"The secret of reaping the greatest fruitfulness and the greatest enjoyment from life is to live dangerously!"
So while my haters (who will no doubt post insults below) are really quick to point fingers at accusations leveled falsely against me & take joy in my misfortunes, I am content. Happy, even! Because to tell you my life is an adventure where I've been wrongfully accused, falsely imprisoned, that I am a "ninja master" who knows men like Frank Dux of Blood Sport Fame & Ashida Kim. Who has met men, worked with & are associated with other men that lived dangerously & recklessly through the volatile 60s beside the "World's Deadliest Man" Count Juan Raphael Dante AKA John Keehan.
Yet among my "haters" and almost stalkerishly (I know its not a real word, so what) so comes a "Man of Action" who never gets out from behind his computer screen stuffing crispy crèmes in his mouth. So who am I to done these things and faced this life, having to fighting, and scrap for everything I have and nearly losing it all along the way? I'm a man who lives dangerously, who uses the skills I write about in life or death situations without declaring much more then "stupid."
You see I know Great Men and in order to do great things, you must risk greatly and face your dangers with a sense of joy and adventure. I wish to leave you with a simple thought from my favorite philosopher;
"What if a demon were to creep after you one night, in your loneliest loneliness, and say 'This life which you live must believed by you once again and innumerable times more; and every pain and joy and thought and sigh must come again to you, all in the same sequence. The eternal hourglass will again and again be turned and you with it, dust of the dust." Would you throw yourself down and gnash your teeth and curse that demon? Or would answer, 'Never have I heard anything more divine'?"
My answer: One more again, my good demon, I like this ride.
Live your life on your terms, every joy and every sorrow is lost in the passing of time. Knowing that one day you will die, should inspire you not to prolong your life but to make your life worth living.