The Real World,
Even the most successful Men can live a bitter & lonely existence where material things doesn't bring happiness. Being rich with love & living humbly can sometimes lead too humility; however, there is power in that humility. Set your own life the way you want it too be, don't try too make it like others. Believing in yourself is the best way too be. When you accept yourselves & become tolerant of your own meanderings, learn to appreciate your accomplishments and become self-conscious of your self-esteem. Never brag nor boast unless proving a point too a conscious misunderstanding or unaccepted opinion of another. Believe in yourself first. Trust few.
People from all walks of life favor charity to the deserving & less fortunate. Be the charitable contributor if you can. Offer whatever you can. Your teachings or financially, physically, etc. We are owed nothing if you haven't labored for anything. So give! We cannot dwell on recourse. You have too wake up & become a realist. When you find yourself among greatness, you are too be greatly valued. When you value a concept, you've crunched some numbers but the eye of the beholder is your market & the ones that will make you or break you. That is your peers!
When life seems difficult; go with the grain or by going against the wind, that will guide your plane. Your path needs too be directed by your needs & wants. You have too make that decision yourself. Be safe, be smart & make your life your art. Be creative & show some good ol' fashioned ingenuity. When you know yourself, your self-worth & accomplishments, be proud of them. By all means show them off & share them. Become a Man of cause, success & infinite value too others. When you become a Man of purpose, you are intact. You have a mission & you need too follow through with that mission. Others will believe in you. You mustn't show weakness unless willing too learn a new & adapt too those altering changes you are welcoming into your life. So in other words, never languish unless you have too & in dire straits.
Don't judge others when your judgement means nothing too that person. If you exist to belittle others, you're embarrassing no one but yourself. A Man on a mission is the very sense of manhood. Your services too others are irrefutable as is your very sense of duty for your beliefs. You should take your own advice. If you don't, you mean well but you'll be quite daft among your peers & ill regarded by your elders unless of course you learned that by their teachings. There's always someone watching & listening, so before aware of collateral damage & repercussions. That's the big brother effect for you. You can control your own destiny as fate will oversee it.
Your perception in life as we all see the different classes of people need too be coherent & respectfully acknowledged & treated accordingly. Being an upper class man unfortunately comes with inheritance or a birthright unless you're a self made Man with your own meaningful toil. It's all psychology. It's a mental state. You are either a nobleman or you're not. That's all up too you & your mindset. Finances change & depreciate, literally fluctuates 24/7 365. You have too; as I have said before, reward yourself with self-value & having that self-worth is imperative for short-term &/or long-term success. Be prepared for losses in every spectrum & every level of whatever industry that you may be in. From bottom too top, from top too bottom.
When you realize your own potential, believe in yourself. Just because your clothes aren't tailored, doesn't mean you're unworthy of buying a suit. Most of us have too struggle & hustle too attain & retain our loyalties & royalties. Those of whom that adorn & respect our vocations or appreciate our art should be praised for reasons other than the talent &/or media popularity. They should be praised for their class of intellect & law abiding social stature.
Lastly; greed is a spiritual & motivational poison, like a drug, that eats your soul. You can find comfort in the moment, but you lose yourself in the long run. So before you start that race, remember where you came from & remember those that helped you up after your falls & breakdowns. They too may be fighting a hard battle in their psyche & their own reality.
Troy David 'Maestro' Beadles