Some words about the very essential concept of being useful:
Do you have a place of peace? I find that having a place of peace helps me finding inspiration as a novelist and also, it puts everything into perspective.
It seems very fashionable to be negative about masculinity these days. The term “toxic masculinity”, whatever that is, gets thrown around a lot. We, as men, are constantly being told what to […]
This blog just reached 400.000 views! These blogposts are just my thoughts and reflections, really. But I get the impression that many readers have felt and thought the same as I do. […]
I realize the title looks a bit dramatic, but I promise it’s all good news. I took a walk this morning and talked a bit about the positive things that are happening […]
For a long time now, I have been looking into the Viking psyche, trying to understand what makes a Viking and what makes a Viking so different from modern man, and I think it all comes down to one crucial personal trait.
For as long as I remember, I’ve been told 1, what I can not do and 2, what I have to do. It’s not only because I live in Norway, among one of the most obedient populations in the Western World, that daily life seems to be stained by these boundaries. It’s like this everywhere now, and I believe it’s one of many signs of a civilization approaching its collapse.
I try to minimize the number of things I’m pushed to do. And I try to follow my urges. I know, you’re thinking that we can’t just go out and do exactly what we feel like. Well, I have found that I can …
Five things you can do to stop depression.
I would like to list a few things that I have learned so far from living a Viking life. If you are just getting into this lifestyle and -philosophy, this is also a list of mental traits I believe are typical for the modern Norseman and -woman.