Last week I found some questions that help you when there is an urge. Sometimes in a blur, you cannot find those questions or have difficulty focusing on the right answer. I didn´t find the ten questions but I´m responding to the ones I remember.
1. If you follow an urge, would it make you better or worse in the future?
First of all, right after the urge, you´re left with a lonely, empty, disgusted feeling. You´ve lost life energy and yes you feel it. You´ll feel more shy, nervous, uneasy around people. Second, in a longer run, you´re rebuilding those unnatural neural connections that keep you stuck in an addiction that has been scientifically proven to cause depression and suicide. And yes, you are addicted, don´t say you´re not anymore. It causes bad relationships, divorces and lack of men with value.
2. If you resist an urge, will that make you better?
Yes. Men should be able to control their emotions. This modern society tries to teach us otherwise, as if we can abandon thousands of years of fighting to survive and are now allowed to live in an unnatural, degenerate way and be okay with ourselves. The only reason to live like that is to be a weak citizen, pay taxes and spend your little money on things that have no value like digital degeneracy or the things they show you in the media. Resisting the urge means saying no to a world where degeneracy is allowed for the sake of keeping you dumb, just like they used religion in the Middle Ages. Once in a movie they said: "To sell something, first make you customer depressed for not having what you sell them." Why else use black and white images on tv commerce? Say no to depression. Don´t give away your happiness so they can earn more money from you.