A fascinating conversation between two men on different though similar religious journeys. Roosh strikes me as the more sober of the two, but I don’t think for one minute that Milo is insincere or trolling in his attempt to reject his past sins and follow the True, Good, and Beautiful. The same is true of Roosh. And given that politics is downstream of culture, this is to be welcomed and encouraged.
Roosh interviews Milo
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Milo is growing up, a process we all go through continually as life does its best and worst for us. He is learning the value of character-forming habits. Roosh has found his sort of peace, but Milo is still struggling towards something authentic in his own style and persona; they are both strong in their beliefs and their chosen, albeit different, Christian denominations. Neither is dishonest.
The essential truth – that good men provide for their children, and that children come with a mother – has formed a vital block on which Milo is now developing his own view of himself within the context of his revived Catholicism. He is clearly suffering ADD and aware of that. Yes, this is a fascinating discussion, serious in its intent and all to the good.