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Tell Me About Your Culture



Wherever you’re from, please tell me about your culture, because Americans don’t know nearly as much as they believe they do.  I mean, how else can you be helped if this writer doesn’t know how to work within your culture (as well as work around it)?

The key is to look for loopholes and do something that no one can testify against you for. That’s just the way to do it.

Everything’s legal until you get caught-and then…have a damn good alibi.  After all, you wouldn’t be in the position you’re in had your society been supportive of you in the first place.

Right and wrong become a luxury when you are deprived, and the Bible even admits to this in Proverbs 30:8.

New International Version
“Keep falsehood and lies far from me; give me neither poverty nor riches, but give me only my daily bread.”-Proverbs 30:8

Hence, we either have social justice or anarchy-and society makes the final decision as to how they want it.

Let’s put it this way.  while “the greatest country in the world” continues to throw more people in prison, European nations like Sweden and the Netherlands have actually closed prisons due to lack of criminal activity.

This means that crazy societies like those found in the United States have no idea what the hell they’re doing.

Religion isn’t the answer.

Spanking isn’t the answer.

Deprivation is not the answer.

Exclusion is not the answer.


Buddhism states that the first basic truth of life is suffering, but I disagree, because human beings were not put in this 25,000-mile-round clogged toilet simply to suffer and endure-despite what any religion states.  On the other side of the river, however, humans also weren’t supposed to live a completely  hedonistic life, either.  We are here to learn something which is supposed to be used at some other point in another dimension after we are flushed from of this toilet bowl.

What I need to know is the degree of your suffering so that I can air it out and get someone to help you.

Don’t be afraid.  Someone is somewhere around to help you, but we have to know who you are and what’s up first before your situation can change.


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