Unbreakable Self

The Way of the Superior Man

Posted in Books by Ahmed on May 13, 2010

This book changed the way I looked at myself and the way that I was living. After reading The Way, I took full control of my masculinity and let go of all the societal conditioning telling us modern men to be nice guys. I was working a job that I hated and hoped that one day, things would get better. I lived as a victim, and that doesn’t bode well when you’re trying to do great things to your life.

So, of course, things didn’t change, they just got worse. But, when I started living by the principles in this book, the women in my life started to love me more, the men in my life became closer friends, and my personal wealth and well-being skyrocketed. This is the first post on this blog because this book was that powerful for me. I hope that it serves the same for you (my fellow men of course, not to discriminate against women. Don’t worry you’ll have your books too).

Stop Hoping for Completion of Anything in Life

Most men make the error of thinking that one day it will be done. They think, “If I can work enough, then one day I could rest.” Or, “One day my woman will understand something and then she will stop complaining.” Or, “I’m only doing this now so that one day I can do what I really want with my life.”

The masculine error is to think that eventually things will be different in some fundamental way. They won’t. It never ends. As long as life continues, the creative challenge is to tussle, play and make love with the present moment giving your unique gift.

It’s never going to be over, so stop waiting for the good stuff. As of now, spend a minimum of one hour a day doing whatever you are waiting to do until your finances are more secure, or until whatever it is you’re waiting for.

Excerpt from The Way of the Superior Man, by David Deida

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