Redefining Reality by Decoding Illusion

Millennial’s Mental Health

Generation “Snowflake”


“Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me” unless of course, you’re a “SNOWFLAKE.”  

As an empath, I’m all about being sensitive and compassionate to others so please don’t mistake what I’m about to say as cruel and heartless.  Consider this your “trigger warning” and proceed with logic, experiential discernment, and the thick carbon skin you were born with.  If you’re a snowflake, it’s probably already too late for that so here we go.  

Today’s generation snowflakes have created a much bigger problem than everything they’re currently whining about and that is…a 1stamendment crisis.  Let us first define what a “Snowflake” is, then we’ll brush up on the First Amendment for those who’ve forgotten or didn’t pass Civics class.  

Snowflake: is a 2010’s derogatory slang term for a person, implying that they have an inflated sense of uniqueness, and unwarranted sense of entitlement, or are over-emotional, easily offended, and unable to deal with opposing opinions.  Common usages include the terms special snowflake, generation snowflake, and snowflake as a politicized insult– Wikipedia (Slang)

Holy shit!  You better watch out if you disagree with their vast experience and knowledge of world affairs and social injustices because the slightest variance of opinion is cause enough to elicit the most epic paradigm meltdowns that can be measured on the cheapest of Richter scale.


Growing up as an empath in a cruel world, I often times felt overwhelmed with life, relationships, and the injustices I experienced.  No one taught me how to deal with all that but I eventually came to realize on my own that I had two choices, deal with it somehow or retreat within.  What I quickly surmised, is that the world isn’t going to stop or change because of any inabilities to cope with day to day living I may have had.  Although I would’ve appreciated an occasional reprieve from the perceived madness, what it forced me to do was develop coping skills.  And just for the record, retreating into oneself is not a bad thing.  In fact, I discovered the value of my inner-self and eventually integrated this tendency into a decade’s long meditation practice.    

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects the right to freedom of religion and freedom of expression from government interference. It prohibits any laws that establish a national religion, impede the free exercise of religion, abridge the freedom of speech, infringe upon the freedom of the press, interfere with the right to peaceably assemble, or prohibit citizens from petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances. It was adopted into the Bill of Rights in 1791. The Supreme Court interprets the extent of the protection afforded to these rights. The First Amendment has been interpreted by the Court as applying to the entire federal government even though it is only expressly applicable to Congress. Furthermore, the Court has interpreted the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment as protecting the rights in the First Amendment from interference by state governments


The very Constitutional rights that affords these brittle Snowflakes the allowances to act like impetus toddlers are the very same rights they want to use to squander and control opposing views because they can’t bear, let alone tolerate, a differing belief outside of their paradigm.  Part of the supposed beauty and privilege of being a citizen of the United States of America are the freedoms the Constitution affords us and yet these overly entitled Snowflakes are falling prey to the ideologies that the world needs to be made a fair and tolerant place for all.   And, if that’s not happening the way “they” think it should, “they’re” going to force you to conform to their views even if that means they have the right to take away your rights and force everyone to do, think, dress, feel, speak, and act the same way.  So, in essence, their rights are more important than your rights. Does anyone else see the dangerous irony coming from this line of NOT thinking?  

This doesn’t sound like a country of freedoms to me but a socialist tyrannical coercion the likes of which we haven’t seen since Stalin and Mao, although I doubt they know anything about that.  Here’s a question they won’t like; At what point has this world ever been fair and just for anyone other than specific bloodline socialists and why do you think it owes you anything more than it owes the next person?  A true test of one’s inner-strength and power comes from the knowledge and practice that you have the power to create your own world without violating another’s rights or being intolerant of those that may see things a little differently than you.  

When I see people of any particular group trying to force their beliefs upon another, violating one’s right to develop their own ideologies, that’s the exact opposite of freedom.  A healthy debate of ideas is meant to challenge the status quo and perhaps expand and open to new possibilities but a true solipsist isn’t even capable of entertaining alternate theories.      

What I see is a group of mentally handicapped people, pussys really, with a hyper-fragile “it’s all about me”warped world perception, giving them a false sense of entitlement.  When they realize they’re devoid of societal and relationship control, it results in an uncomfortable and highly exaggerated emotional shutdown, which is a form of manipulation.  We’ve seen plenty of evidence suggesting that one’s inability to cope with logic, inner-standing facts, and compassion for differing views, can lead to acts of violence. We’ve seen grown adults diminish themselves to the behaviors of a thwarted three-year-old child who cannot articulate their thoughts and feelings so instead, uses what they know; a temper tantrum.  

Yes, I’m insulting you Snowflakes, but I do have a box of tissues to help you get over it!  

Eventually, even babies learn to self-sooth.

My bigger concern here is two-fold; the violation of our first amendment rights to say what you think and feel, and the growing number of self-imposed narrowmindedness coming from a small majority with the uniquely hypocritical ability to throw epic fits to push their minority agendas onto everyone since they are not equipped to mentality and emotionally deal with altering views.  This unreasonable behavior surpasses the fire and passion that comes from acting upon moral correctness.  

Parents, our universities are replete with leftist intolerance and an active drive for destroying what’s left of our Republic.  You might want to think twice before sending your precious delicate angels off to these indoctrination camps.  If it’s one thing this world needs more of, it’s “critical thinking” and Lord knows you won’t find it on most college campuses.  

In disgusted irony, I sit back and watch these Snowflakes with limited life experience, lose their ever-loving minds over the smallest of issues and circumstances.  It’s no wonder the AMA keeps adding made-up psychological disorders thereby justifying the usage of anti-depressants and other psychotropics ever single year with no end in sight.  In 2018, the World Health Organization added “Gaming Disorder” to their growing list of mental health conditions.  Yet, instead of taking away the video games or in this case, teaching these people the skills they so desperately need to learn in order to navigate their lives and this world, it’s easier just to medicate them.  

That’s a problem!

I love the idea that each person is a unique individual with something marvelous they can contribute to the world.  I believe this whole-heartedly.  I do take exception however to the crazy notion of self-entitlement.  This heavily narcissistic view is easily confused with the healthier inner knowledge that we are unique creations of the Creator and we should love and value ourselves, in a humble way.  To a narcissist, these two sound the same but in reality, they are worlds apart.  

Are we creating a culture of narcissists?  I think the number of “selfies” in your phone or on your Facebook profile can answer that.  Here’s an even tougher one to swallow, Satanism isn’t just about sacrificing kittens and babies.  On a very ground level, one that applies to every person on the planet, over infatuation or preoccupation of the self is the true practice of Satanism.  “Me me me it’s all about me and as long as it’s all about me, there’s no room for you.” End of Story!

“Do what though wilt shall be the whole of the law” is the number one axiom of the Thelema creator Aleister Crowley.  This is not an f&%#ing free for all where people can do and say whatever the hell they want.  There are societal rules for the good of the whole.  What these rules are can and should be reasonably debated but that’s impossible to do when trying to communicate with a delusional self-entitled “Snowflake” who’s amygdala has shut down resulting in reason and logic buried by a tantrum.  

This my, friends, is tragic. You can help yourself or help your children learn to handle life, differing views, religious beliefs, and so forth without losing yours or their shit.  That’s the real test of inner strength, not making everyone around you confirm to your delicate ideologies.  

By the way, if your position was solid in the first place, it would hold up under a microscope and manipulative tantrums would be moot.  Being offended is NOT a crime it’s a choice.

Action Plan:  Read blogs “Who’s Thoughts Are You Thinking” and “Turn it Off…Discover The Silence.” Delete at least one “selfie” and observe how that feels.  What it reveals just might surprise you.  Lastly, be mindful of when and how tolerant or intolerant you are of others and what your reactions or responses are.  Maybe you’re the Snowflake…dum…dum…dum.  

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