To give some elaboration to what @miguelangel.povedasanchez said, and this is most certainly directed at myself too;
What’s missing from life?
What would you like to do for fun?
What’s your relationship with friends like?
Who are your friends? Do you have any?
What’s your hygenie, and dress sense like?
Do you take pride in these?
Can you cook? And for others?
Do you play music? Draw? Write?
Speak other languages?
How do you use them?
Do you share them with the world?
Or within a community of people?
Do you exercise?
Do you set new goals?
What do you already do, that you could push further?
When was the last time you spent money on yourself?
Clothes, shoes, cologne, a new haircut?
When was the last time you spent
time and/or money on someone else,
without seeking reward?
Have you ever been a volunteer?
Gone to a religious institution that helps the poor, offered your service?
What do we do to take some pride in
Are we overweight? Underweight? Unfit?
Have bad posture? Bad skin?
These ARE things we can do about these.
Small steps, and we can/will get there.
It’s not about having unrealistic expectations,
but going from where we are already at.
When was the last time you went on holiday?Have you ever been to Greece and enjoyed the company of the wonderful locals?
What was that thing you used to do when you were younger?
What silly excuses do we make to stop ourselves?
We have nothing to fear except fear itself.
I want to write wonderful music for the Psalms (biblical poetry) and have all the various religious musicians perform it.
I know my friends and priests would be more than happy for it, it’s only myself, my extremely high expectations of myself and it not being perfect that stop me.
I’m regularly doing Tai Chi these days, though I could practice at home more often.
I go to the gym, but only once a fortnight /a week if I’m motivated - though all it takes is saying “Yes, enough excuse, Let’s just go”
I could do a lot more, and use all that
life-creating, man-essense for so much more. Creating a healthier body and good complexion.
I’m not bad looking, tall and thin.
Note* a lot of real women prefer a Dad-body (nothing wrong with extra weight or being hairy)
But we can do a lot more to honour ourselves, our bodies, our minds, our hearts, and our life, where we are right now.
Nothing is sexier than a person who makes the effort! End of story.
We should ALWAYS be giving ourselves a pat on the back, and a slap on the arse,
saying “You, Yes You, are damn fine!
Well done for that little cool thing you did”
Nobody here is a Nihilist.
NoFappers are a gift to the world.
We are taking a stand, and saying
“No! Fuck this bullshit, I want good things to happen, and not just for myself, but for all those other fine-sexy NoFappers who know the struggle”
Peace and Good will to you always