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Might want to think twice

Might want to think twice about these two states:

1) Sandy Springs now good
2) town hall and town center development <-----centralities

Where exchange, life's main interaction, is centralized, it's only a matter of when that problems arise and envelope everyone but ensnare last those who execute the centralization.

If a person lives somewhere decentralized, that is, lives in freedom, it follows he should fight centralization, rather, he should fight things that, although on their onset are marginal and harmless in their centralizing effects, centralize him and everyone near him. As we have seen, nothing in man's existence centralizes life better than to position individuals who would trade with each other to adhere to what is external to them. To create that position requires what it's always required since the game control has existed: words on paper backed by threats or the follow through on threats. Those words, the partner in controlling exchange/trade: law.

Resist the call for centralization. Whatever its form and whatever its strength even if weak, it is to that degree the individual's thinking and acting have been removed from him. Drop the giant plans, the plans for people, for people being acceptance of the first-theorhetical-then-material en mass construct called society. Each person should live his life how he sees fit. Do it day by day. If done, which is to say if the person can think and act for himself resulting in benefit for himself and whoever acts with him, life will improve for him and that person, which is to say it will improve for everyone because everyone can think and act. Just live.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.