Say you are free? It all depends on what cellblock that you exist. We have this world of people being very well of financially, therefore live in their field of dreams without relating emotionally toward the billions having to live a dysfunctional life–not by their own choice. So how does that make the wealthy free when actually in prison? If we own Trump Towers, have our own plane, or a yacht, vacation homes, travel, classic car collection, business, or any of the uncountable ways of successful happy living—We are in the prison of self with yourself always first, and this world civilization last. We may consider ourself caring, activists, religious, or even very giving to charities–which in truth have been proven to be for the most part greedy liars lining their own pockets.
Another cellblock is the upper-class, in debt up to their ass. Yet they enjoy life very much with their income able to keep them strongly afloat and happy through fine meals, friends, nice attire, travel, good living and whatever their hobbies, work, and life activities may be. But what exactly have they ever done to directly help just one other person or family in need? Their prison is again– self-wants.
Now comes the cellblock of this worlds middle class; and it is a daily struggle. If family, both parents work while leaving their children to our world of brainwashing cartoons, sitcoms, movies, video games, disturbing music lyrics, computers while being bait, controlled false education including religion (s) and the junk foods which are distributed for the purpose of bad health, and dumbing down the mind along with vaccines, water, environment, and a never-ending list of wrongs which has been well distributed into all cell blocks worldwide high and low.
The poor is another cellblock very well known and always filled to the max. It is a mixture of people which all depends on their location. City slums, gangs, drugs, prostitution, crime, and just every kind of wrong living for some.
Then, in the same environment, we have the kind, caring, old and young just doing their best to survive and live the only life they know as a have-not. Many, such as myself depend on the social security they paid through their life of employment, yet being so small in return that for the most part remains hunger, no heat in cold for many, and just nothing right–while always going to churches wanting tithes while never genuinely helping them according to their needs over a can of beans.
The poor, such as a glimpse of our past above can be people all over our planet in every location just living the only way they know how—with most wanting what cannot be found–such as good employment.
What is another prison life? Those who just exist each day as in lock-down. They are alone with their best friend and spouse, they have rice to eat, fish, the wind to feel, and the beauty of mountains, hills, and the ocean to view and hear on some nice quiet and cool nights. Their home is rented, has no closets, no cabinets, a few plastic faucets, and is just as simple as can be which makes the $100 per month a true blessing. So how can what is so nice be as a prison cell?
When we have no money, have no supplies needed to keep busy with home improvements, have no transportation with 4 wheels, and have never in 11 years even had a stove–let alone any good ingredients for making a decent meal as I being American prefer–we are indeed, without doubt, stuck in our prison cell with our lot as the walls.
What is our escape within? Being free in our limited space. Ever had just a simple dream? One of mine is to have the firebrick and bags of cement to build a French pizza oven as my oven–and that is because I love to cook, and love pizza along with anything that I have the ingredients to prepare. What is my only real life? I watch and learn about world happenings in every category — and my wife lives her dream as being in the finest home of her life because she comes from the life as a poor Filipina that never had anything but hardship with much illness. So if she can do anything at all such as planting plants, veggies, or whatever strikes her interest—she is happy and so am I. Trouble is, our small income always leaves us running on empty for 3 weeks out of every month. So when America collapses as it surely will– our income will be no more.
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