Dustbunny Overkill

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Better to die fighting for freedom then
be a prisoner all the days of your life.

Whether or not we feel free depends on how we define freedom. Defining words is something people who like to think like to do and people who don’t, don’t. Free is a feeling word, meaning it doesn’t really mean anything. Do you feel free? Are you free in your prison cell with people painted on the walls, clouds on the ceiling and grass on the floor? Are you free in the body that you and a hundred-trillion microbes call home? Are you free in your single-player gamespace that creates a multi-player illusion? Are you free in the knowably false timespace, energymatter, causalistic, dualistic universe? Are you free in your mind? In your programming? From your programming? Obviously, you can never really be free, so if you feel free, I guess that’s about as close as you’re gonna get — free in your ignorance. 

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“Find the thing you want to do most intensely, make sure
that’s it, and do it with all your might. If you live, well and good.
If you die, well and good. Your purpose is done.”

Bob Marley was a Jamaican singer, songwriter, and musician who became an international icon of reggae music. He was known for his distinctive voice, powerful lyrics, and advocacy for social justice and peace. Marley’s songs like “No Woman, No Cry” and “One Love” spread messages of unity and hope. His influence on music and culture remains profound decades after his passing.

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