Choose LOVE: One Man's Manifesto

September 20, 2012



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Resisting evil by aspiring to simple spiritual goals.

"I'm a 27 year old Christian Male and I have been looking for a girl-friend for roughly 10 years and even though my story is significantly different (I haven't had sex yet because I'm keeping myself pure for that one girl that I love) I have lived through similar manipulations and cold reactions from woman that Ryan has described.  I have found that young women mostly either want to play games with men, use men or have sex with men for fun. 

The other way I'm different is that I haven't turned cynical yet.  I have chosen to put my faith into God and that he will lead me to a traditional girl! I have heard many testimonies from fellow Christians that this is the best thing to do; live your life, get a job, help others and in time God will connect you with the right person!"



(Maciek Gutkowski has lived in Toronto since his family immigrated from Poland 21 years ago. He studied radio arts in college and his ambition is to have his own talk show. This is something different.) 

by Maciek Gutkowski
(henrymakow.com)

I'll start by saying that I want this article to inspire people to be the best that they can be, in their families, friendships, relationships, marriages and finally jobs!  

Second of all I wanted to tell a bit about myself: I have been a born-again or conscious Christian for the last 5 years and in that time I have learned a lot about God, myself and others.  

Being that I am fairly young (27) I have no doubt that God has a lot more lessons for me to learn over the span of the rest of my hopefully long life on this beautiful planet called Earth!  

Recently Henry asked me if I'd be interested in writing an article for his website and I felt I was ready to give it a try, so I said yes.  As I was pondering what to write about, I decided I wanted to write an article about what God has been teaching me and my hope is that at least one thing that I say will resonate in someone's heart and soul!  So here it goes... 

As most of us can see, our world has been co-opted by "evil doers" and there is no doubt these "evil doers" are leading our world to an evil place and we the regular people have to do something about it, but what?  This is my try at the Solution!  Before I start I just want to say that these guidelines will not be easy to live by but by even trying to live by them we are practically and spiritually fighting back. Anyway here are my rules to live by in reverse order of importance. 




10 - Think for Yourself! 

Investigate the world from all kinds of sources and viewpoints before you come to any conclusions.  Also whenever deciding on something make the decision yourself. In other words don't do things because "Your doctor, pastor, or an expert on television told you to do it."  You are responsible for the decisions you make!  

9 - Be Honest!

Try to be as honest as possible with yourself and with others.

8 - Make Altruistic Decisions when Possible! 

When possible, make decisions based on the good of the people close to you and mankind as a whole.

7 - Use Power in a Humble Way! 

Whenever you have power, try to wield it with as much humility as possible.  In other words motivate, inspire and raise the people whom you have power over.

6 - Accept both sides of Life!

Learn to live with life's ups and downs instead of becoming jealous, bitter, or angry.

5 - Treat Others the Way you'd Like to be Treated!

With respect, kindness and love!

4 - Treat People of the Other Gender with Love and Respect! 

This seems very similar to #5 but the way sexuality and gender differences are used in our civilization, I believe this warrants its own point.  So...

a) Men don't think of Women as lower; they are also created in the image of God!  Men don't use women for sexual gratification.

b)  Women don't think you have to compete with men but have faith in the Lord!  Don't use men by seducing them and respect yourselves and others around you by wearing respectful clothing.

3 - Learn to be Happy!

About your own life and also learn how to be happy for other peoples success and achievements.

2 - Choose Love over Fear, Anger or Hatred!

In other words learn to how genuinely Love yourself.  You can't genuinely love others if you don't genuinely love yourself!  

1 - Have the Eureka Moment!

Realize and accept that there is an All Powerful, All Loving, All Forgiving, and All Merciful God that Unconditionally Loves every human being on this Earth including You!!!

That's it, the 10 guidelines that could change this world and none of them have anything to do with bullets, weapons, or protesting of any kind.  I'm not saying that I'm against those things; I believe citizens should have the right to have guns for their own protection and I believe in some instances protesting makes sense.  

But I believe that at least trying to live out those guidelines will be so much more impactful than violence and really will be the best way to protest what the world's Elites are doing!  God Bless to all and I'm very interested in any and all responses!  
       







 

Comments for " Choose LOVE: One Man's Manifesto "

Lisa said (September 21, 2012):

Thank you for posting this young man’s vision of what he wants in a wife. It was so fresh, lovely and intelligent I wish there were more like him! I have a 20 year old daughter that had never dated or kiss a guy other than her brothers or father. She too is keeping herself pure for her husband. My husband has a poster with these saying on it. I would like share with you.

21 Suggestions for S U C C E S S

Marry the right person. This one decision will determine 90% of your happiness or misery.
Work at something you enjoy and that’s worthy of your time and talent.
Give people more than they expect and do it cheerfully
Become the most positive and enthusiastic person you know.
Be generous
be forgiving of yourself and others
Have a grateful heart
Persistence, persistence, persistence
Discipline yourself to save money on even the most modest salary
Treat everyone you meet like you want to be treated.
Commit yourself to constant improvement
Commit yourself to quality
Understand that happiness is not based on possessions, power or prestige, but on relationships with people you love and respect
Be loyal
Be honest
Be a self-starter
Be decisive even if it means you’ll sometimes be wrong.
Stop blaming others. Take responsibility for every area of your life
Be bold and courageous. When you look back on your life, you’ll regret the things you didn’t do more than the ones you did
Take good care of those you love
Don’t do anything that won’t make your mom proud.


Guy said (September 21, 2012):

This is one of the wisest, sanest things I have ever read, and I wish I had that awareness when I was 27 back in 1989! I live in the UK, but when Maciek gets his Radio Show, please can he let us know, because I am sure I will be able to pick it up with all that there new fangled technology!


Stephan said (September 21, 2012):

Maciek reminds me of Elijah that great prophet in the bible [IKings19]. He was greatly wearied of trying to do what was right, decent and against the grain in his life and he despaired saying, "I have been very zealous for the Lord God of hosts; because the children of Israel have forsaken Your covenant, torn down Your altars, and killed Your prophets with the sword. I alone am left; and they seek to take my life.”

Then God answered him, "Yet I have reserved seven thousand in Israel, all whose knees have not bowed to Baal, and every mouth that has not kissed him.”

Like Maciek and your readers, we may think we are standing up against this evil world government on our own, and they seeks to take our life away.
Then God answers, Yet I have reserved multiple millions that can not be counted, whose knee have not bowed to the New World Order

Well done Maciek, though good and faithful servant!

Take heart also Henry Makow that you think not you are alone against the wicked Elites of this earth

Then the Lord said to him, “Go, return on your way....." [i.e., Don't give up, continue forward, I am with you]


Kristine said (September 21, 2012):

Maciek ist right - learn quickly to take responsibility - to want to take responsibility for your thoughts and actions. This is the top point on his list and with good reason.

Unfortunately, we are conditioned from day 1 not to think for ourselves, not to listen to our "inner voice", not to respond to our gut feeling or our own common sense but rather to question our own judgement and instead to consult someone who must "know better". Big mistake! This is what co-dependency thrives from, it´s parasitic. You have a brain, a heart and an unerring "gut" to advise you - use them!!

Having spent a vast amount of time at the doctor´s office and in hospitals, I know how easily one can be intimidted by the man or woman in white with a stethescope. When they start telling you that you must to this or that or try this or that treatment, test or surgey; this is the time to high-tail it and have a good think about what YOU want. You will do the right thing, for you and your self.

The same thing goes for relationships - in the end, it is your life, to be conducted by YOU. Don´t use a relationship to cop-out and avoid the challenge of personal responsibility. If you are not prepared to make consessions or compromises, then so be it. Giving in is often a waste of time and always gives the wrong signal to others > I´m helpless, I can´t do it alone. Nonsense.

God equipped us to know instictively what is good and right for ourselves - this is information that only we are privy to. Listen to your instinct, your own intellect and don´t be ruled by authoritarian despots! They will use and then discard you and who will wind up having to live with or pay for the consequences?

Become conscious of your self, accept your self, take care of your self. It´s our God-given privilege.

"Waiting" for the "right" one is a cruel waste of time. As Maciek says, start living n o w. The idea that one has to have a "partner" to be "whole" or on a par with couples or equal or valid is a deceitful lie, one should not succumb to that defeatist way of thinking. There are many positive aspects of being single, embrace them and your self while you´re at it.

Moreover, what Maciek says in point 7 is so important! Never expolit anyone - not people, not animals, not any living thing. You may see yourself in a position of "power" but this is an illusion. We are all accountable to God so don´t kid yourself.


Glenn said (September 20, 2012):

I thought Maciek's article was a breath of fresh air. It's always nice to evidence that there are still a fair number of younger men and ladies who uphold a spirituality and value system designed to develop one's finer human qualities ie: Virtues.

Virtue - there's a word .


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