I remember reading that in grade school as well. It is hilarious, and yet very sad that our time was squandered for twelve years in school only to find that we required more schooling. I think that it is tragic that most of us get out of school never knowing, with confidence, that we could build shelter for ourselves, generated the electricity that we need, grow food for ourselves, or properly clean our water on an individual basis.
I am glad to be of service. I know how absolutely difficult it is to realize that literally everything around us is a contrived fabrication from the top down structure that is designed for dependence. We rely on the corporations for food, water, fuel and, in some cases, air. Many of us rely on them for our entertainment too. But the entertainment is shallow. Life lived in practice of one's imagination is very, very rich. But man is it difficult sometimes.
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