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December 28, 2015 at 4:12 pm
In truth I don’t think any of us are truly free. Whether we work for someone or work for ourselves, we are still forced to work. The birds, the squirrels, the cats and dogs, they are what it is to truly be free in my opinion (okay, obviously not cats and dogs, since they are prisoners of people.) However these creatures have no employment and I think when you are truly free you never have to worry about money, because you own your land and never have to raise a dime to pay anyone. I believe that here we are under a constant illusion of freedom and the first step in breaking out of it, is to realize we’re all slaves. You can only break free if your aware of the chains.
December 28, 2015 at 4:47 pm
“You can only break free if you are aware of your chains”. Well said!