There’s a cold darkness every man encounters in his life. Do you know this feeling my brother? I feel it too. It comes to us as a gapping chasm; it whispers through us like a howling wind: “You are on your own”. It’s the nauseating side-effect of that bitter red pill when you see the world through clear eyes for the first time and find that your are disposable, fending off a default hostility from society so long as you make yourself useful. We are beset by the unspeakable horror of realizing no women has truly loved or ever will. The vastness of this void can cause any man to contemplate suicide but I believe there is another way.
Man has always been drawn to the wilderness; there is inside us a deep desire to explore and discover; to learn and create; to reach the Final Frontier, to quote the cliché, and “boldly go where no man has gone before”. We are aptly suited for this task: that rugged self-assuredness which has stereotyped masculinity since time immemorial in the knowledge that the cavalry isn’t coming; that sink or swim reality which drives man to face the wilderness and conquer it. So much so that it also drives exploration of the inner-world; the need to figure out nature, to dive deeper into the structure or existence and extrapolate therefrom all the knowledge with which Man has built civilization. All the scientists, all the philosophers, all the builders, all the pioneer, all the explores are all motivated by the same compulsion: the will to find out.
And that is why MGTOW is the message of optimism for we say: “Do not despair Brother!” Marginalized on the outskirts of society, it is the ex-centric who embarks on a voyage of discovery: the adventure of Being; that is what the wilderness offers, not fear and loneliness, but endless opportunity because every cast-away is an explorer and explorer is in fact a cast-away. Have courage my Brother! Face your journey with bold curiosity you wanderer of wonder and energize your fear into excitement, for the undiscovered country is the empire of the soul.