Wolves Don’t Lose Sleep Over The Opinions Of Sheep

Wolves Don’t Lose Sleep Over The Opinions Of Sheep!

 

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If you are an Odalist, Odinist, or follower of Asatru odds are that you have adopted the Wolf mentality. Although wolves are happiest and most effective when we hunt and live within a wolf pack/tribe  Many choose not to form or join a wolf pack/tribe or there are not enough kin within their area for them to take such actions. So they must stay solitary, a lone wolf.  It is better to stay true to our nine noble virtues than to allow the de-evolution of your spirit and be like so many other sheeple.  The life of a sheep is easier than the life of a wolf. Sheep are given food and water freely by their shepherd and are protected from predators by shelters they did not build. They fatten themselves on the shepherd’s food, thriving into a multitude that outnumbers the Wolves

But these comforts bind the sheep into slavery. The sheep are bred to be weaker of mind and body, to require the shepherd’s protection so greatly that they can be free of physical chains but never stray. Theirs is a lifetime of servitude — one that is comfortable but ends at the shepherd’s whim.

Wolves have no masters. Though the wolf must hunt for its own food and search for its own shelter, it is free to roam where it wishes and requires no one to open its gate. Though the feeding trough of the sheep is filled, it is only with the grass and grain of its master’s choosing. A lion must hunt and chase its meals, but feasts on anything it catches.

Wealth and success never come to those who simply wait for them to arrive.

   Some humans choose to be sheep. They desire freedom but rely on others to provide their comforts, striving for riches but investing little effort to attain it. They scream in protest when they are fenced in and herded — angry that they are not free like the wolves — but accept the shepherd’s food nonetheless. Though they rebel by day, they always wander home to their cages by night.

Only a fool believes that all deserve equal rewards for unequal effort.

Leaders must have unwavering confidence in their decision to choose effort over leisure. As human sheep boast of their slothful lives of ease and criticize any who work to better themselves, the shepherds pay no heed.

Mockery is weak when shouted through the bars of a cage.

   Is it the Wolf’s stupidity that keeps it from a life of leisure? How can so many sheep be wrong as they grow fatter on the shepherd’s food? Why would any creature choose to run free in the dangerous and uncertain wilderness?

Humans are not born as sheep or wolves but must choose a path for themselves. Will you strive for what is easy and safe? To follow close to the multitude? To remain within the fences that protect you from the outside but imprison you within its boundaries? Or will you travel the path you choose, exploring freely in the dangerous forests of life, leading your own way in a planet filled with followers?

At sunset, the sheep are herded back into their prison and fed until they drift into sleep. The wolf enjoys no such promises, wandering upon the mountains in search of a meal: hungry, but free.

Though it lacks the comforts of a shepherd’s security, a wolf never wishes for the life of a sheep. A wolf may hunger while a sheep is fed, but the fattest sheep is the wolfs’s meal.

If you find that you are a Lone Wolf and reside in the state of TEXAS. The Order of Odalist is a Folkish Heathen Tribe and we are always looking for new tribe members that can help our clan grow.  Please click on this contact link and reach out to us.

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For Blood, Soil, and Honor

Winston Smith.

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