On a daily basis, humans are exposed to a series of false actualities, a series that is stuck on repeat. Although those who are fortunate enough to have able-bodied corpses contain all the power to turn this series off, they don’t. Instead, we become engulfed into this series, obsessed with trying to make it change or differ from one day to the next. We become compulsive to an extent of complacency, we trick ourselves into thinking we are “trying something new”, when in actuality we are not.
Almost every being can relate to the example I am about to declare, maybe not wholly, but to an extent. One might choose to shorten/ lengthen their hair in hopes of a “different look”, although the goal is attained, it is only at the mere surface. In actuality, the hair is still the exact same hair, just now is it projecting a new perspective. In life, their is a strife for new, although we are too busy being fooled into self generated fallacies, never further from the “new”.
What does it take, then you ponder, to be new again? To create not a new perspective, but undergo a transformation into someone who is unrecognizable to any other being that previously knew of your former existence? Here I offer you, fellow Truth seeker, an conjecture: So long as one has made any sort of impact on someone else, they are forever un-erasable. Only with time can this erratic problem be sufficed, one mustn’t spontaneously or periodically under go physical changes (i.e. the haircut example previously mentioned) rather, they must work internally. One must become an cenobite, separating himself from society in order to cleanse societal woes, trends, problems, and characters from his
After doing so, re-birth may begin. No longer will you feel the chains of society on your back, for you would have no consciences of what society considers to be relevant. You will now be on another level so to say, compared to all others who have not taken the time and patience to be re born into a society that is clean and pure, and die in one that has been run into the ground since the late 20th century.
Although at first, my wonderings may lead one to believe that I am against togetherness, against being united, this is false. We can only move closer to unity once we have united our mind and bodies individually. If you are constantly stuck in the series that is playing called “life”with no way of viewing issues from an outside perspective, stagnicity will be your only end result. Once all of humanity has taken the time to do this, or even half of the amount of countries we have on planet earth, only then I truly believe would we see a positive re birth of a society, one that is truly free.
From a philosophical historian’s outlook, I am in abhorrence to this plain idea, the idea of being a total ignoramus towards reality. Not only has the American spirit began to dwindle, but it is also in the process of a shift, one to woe! This country will soon be led by a man that has been compared to the likes of Hitler, Putin, and the Anti-Christ… to a stagnant society, there is no fault in this…
“Nothing will change, this happens every four years!” This phrase has been tossed around a great deal with intent for others to feel a sense of relief.. most simple minded humans would gain relief from this phrase, to those who are Truth seekers, you will be terrified by this complacency. No, you will not be surprised, for you have seen this country experience a complete dismantle of what was once a cherished and valued objectivity:
freedom, the American Dream.
My sanguineness is for this generation, if not future ones,
to break this routine, this broken record, this lie. As an American citizen, I feel the need to not keep the “American Dream” alive, but in fact, to kill it. Kill and re-birth this nation, create an utopian society where no man was ever judged by their race, language, god, belief, or wealth. We are now entering an era where togetherness is needed more than ever, all odds are against us (citizens) as they always have been. Lets not be stagnant any longer! Let us rise and exemplify our voices that countless men & women died for us to have; Let their deaths not be in vain.
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