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« on: July 25, 2003, 02:30:11 AM »

Words from the wise:

The idea that people can make demands on others
Is the birth of mental slavery.
Free will can be drawn through reason
So there is no reason to demand or force.
The key is how respect is cultivated.
Immaturities and dishonesties reap destruction.
The arrogant come to get attention.
They do not see their own intentions.
Princess Tracey
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« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2003, 10:03:37 AM »

yes yes yes...much wisdom in these here words ))))

Many attempts are constantly made to shackle the mind and hold prisoner the thoughts into various forms of captivity that serve only as mere fuel for fodder for the selfish self. Forcing one's views and opinions onto others as the only recognizable source of legitimacy is immaturity in its fullest blown state of irresponsibility...where one becomes blind to their own actions and indeed reaps mass destruction along the path.

History has revealed such carnage..

To reason High is the ultimate form of respect...by allowing others to have valid opinions and views based upon their own human experiances breeds personal integrity and legitamcy that can therefore uphold the spiritual values and principles necessary to give rise and birth to authentic forms of free expression...where people can indeed exercise their own free will to learn and grow from other's experiances.

Honest diverse reflections can mature the mind and release it from all forms that would seek to hold captive and keep down the mind of mental slavery.

yes...cultivation of respect is the key to reasoning
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