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Originally posted by ohsnaptruth
reply to post by ofhumandescent
I was into his work a year ago. He has some pretty good messages.
It just goes to show that the Native Americans had it right again. We, most of modern civilization, lost ourselves. Individually, though, we're loving souls. Little things like money, religion, looks, etc split us apart.
But if a handful of diverse people were stranded on an island, they'd bond together and work as one. There wouldn't be rich or poor, black or white, male or female, Jew or Muslim, Greek or Turk. We'd all be one. Work as one, fight as one, love as one, and live as one. That's how it should be.
That's how it's supposed to be.
Originally posted by NephraTari
Because we allow others to impose their rules on us. Would have been easier to dispute years ago, but not many have the spirit to die for their freedom the way my ancestors did. We have lost the burning to be who and what we are meant to be from birth. We condition our children to accept this world as we were conditioned rather than teaching them to do what is right. Everything is an illusion. Governments exist only because we ALLOW them to exist by non action. We trade comfort for freedom. We have become sheep.
Originally posted by brutalsun
I've always pondered the same question. Why do I have to pay for things that are necessary to life? I'm not talking about extravagances I'm talking about the 4 basics; shelter, water, food, fire(warmth).