We Have So Much to Be Grateful For

There is no doubting that we are living in a crazy world – a madhouse world – an anti-White world. One that reminds us every day how much it despises the very existence of White people. However, despite the avalanche of insanity, it is important to remember that we have so much to be grateful for.

After all, we have a roof over our heads to protect us from the unforgiving elements.

We are generally living in peaceful neighbourhoods as opposed to the war zones endured by the Palestinians, terrorised as they are by the vicious and criminal ‘western’ backed Israeli death squads.

Here we are, for now at least, living in well-kept homes, with delicious and nutritious food on our plates.

Studies have shown that when a person takes the time to reflect and appreciate the good things in life, and are grateful for what they have, this helps improve their mental health.

Instead of dwelling on negative aspects of their lives and focusing on the positive, people will generally feel better about themselves and their situation.

Heavyweight boxing champion, Tyson Fury, is well known as having a depressive personality. One who drove himself to the brink of oblivion due to negative thinking.

But once he made the deliberate attempt to think positively and appreciate what good things he has, it enabled him to regroup and reclaim his place at the very top of the sport.

Negative issues abound, and certainly must be addressed. But for the sake of our mental well-being, we must be grateful for what we have. We have so much to be grateful for.

We have our health to be grateful for. We have our limbs. We have our sight. We can hear. We can talk. We are breathing. These are all things to be grateful for and be cheerful about.

Unless we are one of the unfortunate people that are deficient in these areas, and for whom have my deepest sympathy, we have our limbs to walk around, to pick things up or hold our loved ones.

We have sight to appreciate the blue skies and glorious sunshine. We can see the trees, the flowers, the beautiful children and all that is wonderful in this world.

We can hear the birds singing, beautiful music and the voices of our fellow human beings.

We have our voices to speak and sing along to our favourites songs. We can take a deep breath after that refreshing exercise and be glad to be alive.

Our health is such a precious thing and should be maintained. 

As proud members of the White Race, and the intelligence and wonderful personalities that come with that, we have so much to be thankful for.

Of all the millions of creatures in this world and all the struggles that have gone before us, here we are, existing. We get to enjoy this wonder.

We enjoy the company of fellow White people, whether it be our friends or family, our fellow Racial Comrades, and know these are the very best.

The characteristic soul of the White race is a marvellous wonder to behold.

It really doesn’t get much better than this. (Perhaps only more eugenic White people of the future.)

Think about it. We are members of a race – the most beautiful, the most lovely, the most creative, the most noble and altruistic species on the face of the planet.

Even our most ardent enemies acknowledge the beauty of White women, to the point of undergoing plastic surgery and bleaching skin in order to look whiter.

The creative minds of the White race fill the encyclopaedias, building the civilisation that we enjoy today and unlocking the mysteries of the universe.

Society is diminished and crumbles without altruism. Altruism really is the glue that makes civilisation possible. Here we are, with that quality by the bucket load.

Yes we are living in a madhouse world, but to paraphrase Cecil Rhodes – you are member of the great White Race and have subsequently drawn the greatest prize in the lottery of life.

~Rev. James Costello

One of the Fourteen Principles of Salubrious Living:

Gregarious living within the framework of our CREATIVE religion, our White society and social intercourse with our White Racial Comrades. We are social animals.’