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As a whisker gathers crumbs so do we preserve the cherished morsels of our philosophy…

“Wherever the oppression of bare-lipped sneers threaten the sovereignty of a chin, wherever the strand that binds man to nature is strained, wherever history is trimmed to satisfy the whims of the trimmer, we will be there. We are the whisker that will not be plucked. We are Beardivism.”

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“A beard is only as long as its shortest whisker; progress requires the cultivation of all constituents.”

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“To be free requires cognizance of not just one’s unbeckoned volitions and appetites, but release from these constraints. And when you cast off your social and self-imposed burdens, you find and recognize, at your core, your most basic motivators and natural self. Even the most groomed beards reflect this primeval stuggle for freedom.”

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“It is not the beard that confers greatness upon a man, rather it is greatness which seems to so regularly beget the beard. Do not mistake effect for cause.”

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“Though we love the beard, we do hate the word, for it is the invention of terms like beard or wilderness that has separated man spiritually from his natural condition.”

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“You shall know your brother by his chin.”

bearded brothers

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“Tearing down the beliefs of others is an unexceptional pastime; it is altogether more remarkable and courageous to grow your own and wear them on your face.”

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