>>348242>Do you guys successfully practice your own advice as well?
I generally do, or I try to at least. The bit that the other anon brought up, about not spending so much time on /pol/ or on the internet in general, I find to be particularly good advice. The internet these days is mostly a toxic cesspit, and nearly everyone who is on it making noise is either trying to sell you something, make you believe something, or convince you that you should listen to them because they know things that you don't. It's an echo-chamber of white noise, and you'll go insane if you spend all of your time listening to it.
Getting outside and spending more time in nature I've also found is highly beneficial, not just because it's pleasant but because the more time you spend away from human society, the more of a perspective you gain on the world beyond humanity, and how irrelevant most sources of anxiety really are. The most uplifting thing you can do is to go stand in the middle of a forest, observe the sheer depth and complexity of everything that is going on in the natural world, and realize that your existence and everything you're worried about has absolutely no bearing on any of what you're seeing and hearing; all of it would be going on with or without you.
The same principle applies to humanity as a whole: most of the "big" problems that humanity obsesses over exist entirely within the sphere of human social structure, and most of it is just empty concepts and symbols that have no meaning outside the human mind. "Important" subjects like politics and economics boil down to nothing beyond humans jockeying for social status and control over other humans, which is usually accomplished through some form of deception. The stuff OP is presently moping about, the Great Reset and so forth, all falls within this sphere as well. The Jews or the Freemasons or the Illuminati, or whatever unseen diabolical hand is supposedly manipulating everything behind the scenes, isn't capable of operating outside this sphere. They can control things like money and information, and they can dupe people into doing stupid self-destructive things, but they can't compel the rain to fall or the sun to shine when they need it to.
Honestly, I have a hard time understanding the doomer mentality anyway. The idea that all of the chaos and collapse we're witnessing is being scripted by some all-powerful enemy I think is just pantsu-on-head retarded. Guys like Klaus Schwab and George Soros I find more comical than anything else; they're just a pack of deluded messianic nerds larping as Bond villains. It's not to say that they aren't dangerous; they've done quite a bit of damage and they still have enough influence to do quite a bit more, but at this point we've pretty much seen all the tricks they're capable of, and for my part I'm not especially impressed. They can't create land or food out of thin air, all they can do is create money and tell you that it's worth something. They can control media and government and the flow of information, but that's pretty much useless when everything gets so degraded and shitty that no amount of spin can cover it up anymore. Their power, such as it is, is currently in freefall.
From where I'm standing, these people aren't the all-powerful masters of the world, they're the masters of a shoddily-constructed fake empire built on thoughts and ideas, which is presently collapsing in real time due to its shoddy construction and the complete incompetency of all involved in its maintenance. There's a lot of change coming, and probably a lot of genuine hardship, but I don't see doom or the victory of our enemies as a foregone conclusion at all; everything looks pretty up in the air from where I'm standing. I think we live in interesting times, and I'll be curious to see how the next few decades play out.
Absolute worst case scenario, the world of man ends in some final apocalyptic tragedy. Everyone dies, and whatever plants and animals aren't unfortunate enough to be caught in the blaze will just keep on doing what they've always done, oblivious to the fact that any of us were ever here. When you sit and think about it, there's really nothing going on that's worth being all that depressed about.
It might sound counterintuitive, but the most internally satisfying concept you can grasp is the realization that every individual, including (You), is mortal and fundamentally irrelevant, and none of your choices actually matter that much. If you want to be happy, just orient yourself towards what's eternal and good, and live for that in whatever way you are capable. Beyond that, whatever happens happens.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uJDFGbQyiU