Rollo Tomassi




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Raiders of the Lost Covenant

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I hate to begin an essay with an apology, but I feel like one is in order this time. For the past year and a half I’ve been invested in writing my fourth book, The Rational Male – Religion. This required a degree of perseverance, dedication in research, feedback, interviews and general behind the scenes dialoging that I’ve never had to involve myself in before. As a result, I’m les...

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Published on April 20, 2019 19:58
Average rating: 4.3 · 3,424 ratings · 253 reviews · 4 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Rational Male

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The Rational Male – Prevent...

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The Rational Male - Positiv...

4.45 avg rating — 226 ratings3 editions
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Masculinity in the 21st Cen...

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“So entrapped are we in our self-expectation and self-imposed limitations that we fail to see that we have always had the keys to our own prisons - we're just scared shitless to use them.”
Rollo Tomassi, The Rational Male

“Anxiety, trauma and crisis are necessary catalysts to stimulate self-consciousness.”
Rollo Tomassi, The Rational Male

“The truth will set you free, but it doesn’t make truth hurt any less, nor does it make truth any prettier, and it certainly doesn’t absolve you of the responsibilities that truth requires. One of the biggest obstacles guys face in unplugging is accepting the hard truths that Game forces upon them. Among these is bearing the burden of realizing what you’ve been conditioned to believe for so long were comfortable ideals and loving expectations are really liabilities. Call them lies if you want, but there’s a certain hopeless nihilism that accompanies categorizing what really amounts to a system that you are now cut away from. It is not that you’re hopeless, it’s that you lack the insight at this point to see that you can create hope in a new system – one in which you have more direct control over.”
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