When you understand the difference between these two creatures, you’ll know why some men can walk into a room and instantly command presence and respect…
And why others are hardly ever noticed or acknowledged.
Chimpanzees exist in an environment where resources are scarce.
This forces a chimp to compete to secure the respect of the other male chimps.
Male chimps don’t accept disrespect, it’s not uncommon for one to kill another to defend his honor in the pack.
Weak chimps don't get to mate or eat, so they die out, and evolution takes its role in creating strong dominant chimps.
Bonobos, on the other hand, exist in an environment where resources are plentiful.
Bonobos are able to relax and they don’t need to compete for status, because why bother?
For the bonobo, life’s comfortable.
Any fights that do break out are usually stopped by the female bonobos and abruptly forgotten.
Sex is readily available and most of their time is spent masturbating and playing around.
The way of the chimp is based on strength, courage, honor, and brotherhood.
The way of the bonobo is based on weakness, pleasure, full-time relaxation, and fun.
Why am I telling you this?