My answer to Is it okay to be cold and emotionless for a while? Does it create a peace of mind?
Answer by Desmond Last:
Yes it does. When applying reason and logic to a situation that you are in but in which you are unable to control the actions of others.
For Example. I am at home. A group of people are directing Direct Energy Weapons at me causing extreme heart palpitations. I know that senior Police and senior members of the United Kingdom know this. I create my Peace of Mind by knowing that people who do not agree with what is happening to me are recording the actions and communications of the senior Police and Government.
For instance MI5 officers or investigative Journalists who do not agree with what is happenning will have recorded the actions and communications of say the Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police and Theresa May the Prime Minister and her senior civil servants.
So I retain my Peace of Mind by knowing that one day I will have this information available to me to be used in their arrest warrants.
Of course this is a totally hypothetical situation as no Prime Minister or Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police and senior Civil Servants would want to spend 20 years in Prison with the Muslim Brotherhood and Sisterhood or the Ayran Brotherhood.
When you are in a situation that is very dangerous or very difficult you have to detach yourself from your emotions. The best way to do that is to understand how you can benefit from it once it is over. This gives you the reason to survive.