Ownlifedom is the thinkbilth which holds that the sakes of one outweigh the sakes of kin, ymeanship, or theod. Believers in Ownlifedom cwethe that one must live selfstandingly, which stems from their worship of unoffhangliness. This means that one must nill offhanging upon others for to live, but must upbear oneself. Ownlifedom upholds a reckoning of mankind’s unknittedness, believing that one must be free from the bunch. Ownlifely folk outcast the lief that men are needful of fellowship.

Ownlifedom is staddled upon the wisdom school of leodward called Liberalism, stemming from the Latin word for freedom. Liberals believe in the lorddom of folk over their own selves, and the foremost heed is the heeds of the oneling. Liberalism is a lief of lorddom which forthspells the samening of mankind for the sake of onelings.

Beghast with unoffhangliness, ownlifely folk forsake the weight and belonging of ymeanship, choosing rather to areach one’s selfstanding and unoffhangly yearnings. With selfstanding, Ownlifedom upholds the worth of ownlifely forandwarding. The plight of each man is to areach unoffhangliness. By their thinking, selfstanding is the worthiness and goodness of plight, bidding that each man looks after himself. The height of ownlifely worthing lies in the might one swettles in gathering the ovets of one’s work. The gang of which is often at the cost of the many, and sometimes at the cost of the oneling. Forsooth, onelifely folk who are of less towyrd or gearing are often amansed and beset with ill-hap, owing to the selfishness of other onelifers. Though this is not by being stronger in onseself, for bote is mostly forthborne by towyrd in maily beshapenhood. In the sooth, wither the cwething of Ownlifedom, the greatness of an ownlifedom has nothing to do with athelness, and it is grounded in one’s fakely-sworn selfstanding work.  

The folk of ownlifely lands, therefore, swith behave standoffishly and unknitly from each other. However, saught to the cunning of mind-lore, these beliefs and behavings are unhealthy ailings of the soul, which beget harmful aftercomes. Beset with hardship, one must raise oneself up by his own shoe straps so to speak.  Ownlifely thinking doesn’t let much for milsing or ruth. The knowledge of mind-lore marks such thinking as what is called "anti-social" or "psychopathic" adle. The belief in selfstanding deed is also against the bekennings of cunning lore, which, for byspel, shows how many things in the world and living things are knit and offhangly by known endbirths and afercomes. Every living thing’s being and deeds are between-knitted and together-offhangly in shared beshapenhood.

Most of the gathering of ownlifely folk lies in western Europe and the English-speaking world. The Bound Leodmarks of Emeriland has the highest mete of Ownlifedom saught to the reckoning of many cunning bysens of wont, such as the "Hofstede Model of National Culture" and the “EUpedia Map of Individualism”. Sundry lands around the world have shed and unlike wonts and brouks, of which eastern Asia has some of the lowest metes of Ownlifedom. In those sundry lands, the thinkbilths of knittedness and between-offhangliness are swith more upheld than in western theods. These sundry wonts of unlike lands swettle that there are indeed other ways of life than the thinkbilth of Onelingdom upholds. 


(written by Sigalius Myricantur 22 June (Erelithe), 2017)


Oversetting into chancery English:

Individualism is the idea which maintains that the interests of one are more important that the interests of family, community, or nation. Individualists demand that one must live in self-reliance, which derives from their worship of independence. This means that one must reject depending upon others in order to live, but must support oneself. Individualism promotes a theory of humanity's disconnect, asserting that one must be free from the group. Individualistic people deny the idea that social solidarity is necessary to humans.

Individualism is based upon the philosophic school of Liberalism, deriving from the Latin term for freedom. Liberals believe in popular sovereignty, and supreme importance for them lies in the interests of the individual. Liberalism is a political notion which predicates the equality of humanity for the sake of individuals.

Yet Individualism is inspired by independence. Individualists reject the importance and suitability of community, deciding rather to achieve one's self-reliance and independent desires. With self-reliance, Individualism promotes the value of individual responsibility. The duty of each person is to achieve independence. According to their ideology, self-reliance is the merit and benefit of responsibility, ordering each person to look after one's own self. The height of individualistic valuation lies in the ability one manifests in amassing the fruits of one's labor. The process of which exists at the expense of the many, and sometimes even at expense to the individual. Indeed, individuals who are of less opportunity or preparing are often anathematized and beset with misfortune, owing to the the egoism of other individuals. Though this is not the result of being superior in oneself, because profit is typically produced by opportunity in chance conditions. In reality--contrary to the assertions of Individualism--the greatness of an individual has nothing to do with nobility, and it is based in one's supposedly self-reliant labor.

The typical behavior of people in individualistic countries tends toward a standoffish and disconnected fashion. However, according to the science of psychology, these notions and behaviors are unhealthy disorders of the psyche, which effect harmful consequences. Beset with difficulty, one must pick oneself up by his bootstraps so to speak. Individualistic thinking doesn’t allow much for sympathy or compassion. The study of psychology denotes such thought-patterns as anti-social or psychopathic disorder. The belief in autonomous action is also contrary to scientific concepts, which, for example, demonstrate how entities in the universe and organisms are connected and dependent according to known arrangements and consequences. Every living thing's activities and existence are inter-connected and co-dependent in participant conditions.

The concentration of individualistic people lies in western Europe and the English-speaking world. The U.S. has the highest level of Individualism according to the calculation of many scientific models of culture, such as the Hofstede Model of National Culture and the EUpedia Map of Individualism. Various countries around the world exhibit diverse and different cultures and customs, of which eastern Asia possesses some of the lowest levels of Individualism. In those various countries, the ideas of connection and inter-dependence are more readily promoted than in western nations. These variant cultures of other countries demonstrate that there are indeed alternative ways of life than the idea of Individualism promotes.

(overset by Sigalius 18 July (Afterlithe), 2017

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