Masculinity

The Freedom To Make Mistakes

Your freedom lies in your ability to make your own decisions. When you act on your decisions regardless of what might happen next, you develop a sense of indifference towards fear.

You rise the Phoenix above all the limitations, and you become a new man.

“Give yourself the freedom to go and make your own mistakes”

There’s nothing worse like making mistakes because of what someone taught you or told you to do.

I wish I never listened to my mother.

Not that I hate her, but I know now, that no woman or a man who’s a beta-male can teach a boy how to be a man.

You are who you are for a reason, but who you become depends on the choices and decisions you make today.

Manhood is not given—it’s taken.

Take your manhood.

Resources for manhood:

  1. Read 30 Days Of Discipline by Victor Pride and visit his blog.
  2. Read The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz.

Build yourself up

Building yourself is just like building a house, you need more than one piece of material to build.

Make sure you get the best material (books) and have the right equipment (mindset) so that you build not just a house, but an empire.

Yes it takes time, but it is worth it.

Move forward with your decisions and actions.

Don’t be afraid.

Give yourself that freedom… and stand by yourself through it all…

“Everyone’s going to have an opinion of the decisions you make”

“Knowing and accepting the fact that anything good or bad can happen as a result of my actions gives me the strength and the heart to face whatever that may occur.” – Emmanuel Morewa.

People always have opinions.

Don’t expect to get away with doing anything without being hit with opinions.

Opinions are good because they challenge the strength of a man’s backbone.

Just look at how easily people confine themselves into opinions and suppress what they believe in so that they can fit in with the crowd.

It is good to be liked and accepted by society, but that’s all you get—as long as you don’t jump out of that box.

Is society’s approval worth that much for you to sacrifice your personal freedom?

Does that lead to becoming a man with his own mind and values?

If yes, then good luck!

But for those who want out, I suggest you start today and change direction.

Take the following quote and paste it in your heart, let each heartbeat be a reminder that you are a Man on a mission and you are alone…

“There is a sense of a soulful fulfillment when a man goes on a mission alone, and has no one but himself to rely upon to see to its completion.” – Ian Ironwood.

Until next time…

-Emmanuel Morewa

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-Emmanuel Morewa

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I know you’ve found this article helpful and I appreciate that contribution.

There are three more ways you can contribute, you can either contribute through:

  1. Subscribing and becoming part of MOA
  2. Sharingliking my facebook page, and following me on twitter so that you can get notified whenever i publish new articles
  3. Donate as little as $1 or more of which will be helpful in funding this website in order for it to grow and improve

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I thank everyone who has at least visited my website.

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