We human beings are capable of much more than we show in our daily lives.
The limit to our power is something none of us can fully comprehend. Whether there even is a limit is something to be questioned. Yet few of us question it, because few of us realize just how much we’re capable of.
Most of us follow what’s called a “herd mentality”. Those who stray from the herd are chastised, pointed at, and made to feel entirely uncomfortable until they either rejoin, or become so revered for their unique and forward thinking, that they begin to form a herd of their own. Unfortunately, the latter is rarely the case.
The herd mentality was meant to be overcome; it no longer serves us like it did 40,000 years ago when we were hunter-gatherers. We live in a new world now, yet many of our habits and instincts are still tied down to our pasts, whether 5 years ago, or 40,000.
However, there are those few amongst us who see things as they could be, and strive valiantly to make themselves, and their environment, a product of their limitless vision.
These people step out into the arena, where their every act is watched and scrutinized; where uncertainty begets a pain too unbearable for the masses to withstand; where their every action—from moment to moment to moment—is a battle of life and death.
What’s even more incredible is that these few individuals are willing to sacrifice all for the evolution of humanity, quite contrary to the average individual whose sole desire is his own comfort, and though not incapable, is yet unwilling to create anything beyond himself.
Enter The Uberman.
The Uberman is he, whom in striving to reach his highest potential, is willing to endure the fire, master the cravings of his animal impulses, discard the remains of his wild & undisciplined mind, and enhance the efficiency of his body, so to use it as a smoothly running vehicle for his ever-expanding soul.
Have you heard the calling of your soul?—the one saying that you are capable of much more than you demonstrate. Have you ever strived to be something greater, for the sake of helping those you love deeply rise Phoenix-like above their own mediocrity? Have you ever loved an idea—a world-shifting, cataclysmic idea—more than life itself? Then you have heard the call of God, begging you to wake-up and live like the divine being that you are.
All of us have the power to change the world. At some point in our lives, we have all heard the call. Which one of you is willing to escape the poison of your impulses, disregard the vilification of your peers, and become something hitherto never seen before?
Enter the Uberman.
The time for talking has long since passed. You now have the Power to move the world.
Bring urgency to your life. The world is waiting.