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Several months ago, I was visiting some friends in Sydney and was invited to the house of a friend-of-a-friend for some late night drinks and a chat. My host and his friends were left-wing bohemian types and had been informed by my friend that I am a

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Comment by Mark Potts
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It is phenomenal that any individual can grow so confused so as to demand something they routinely do be deemed criminal.  Exposes the illogical base by which such values are instilled.

Conditioning can be overcome very simply by the ongoing notion of "why am I doing this".  From the original "why am I doing this" ponderance there is a snowball effect which exposes most of what is portrayed as typical activity for the absurdity that it is.

Why am I eating a cow that lived a miserable life and was slaughtered covered in its own feces... why do I need to be licensed to do what I could otherwise do upon my own will and determination... essentially - why do I do ANYTHING at all?  "why am I doing this".

I can imagine the coke infused minds of those in the story viewing the mirror and facing their every action prior... and upon turning from the mirror realizing their great responsibility in each moment.  Its a beautiful thing, and in greatest hope there is a link here between imagination and realization.

I surely take upon my responsibility to grow and spread my understanding of freedom and individuality in every moment - I commit to offering as great future a future as I can understand for those who come after.... and this site is quite useful in this adventure, thank you for it =)

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