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    • Peasants: Were they rich or poor? by mouseclick  12 y
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                Thanks Kermit. I wasn't sure what the blog was going to be about when I started it, and I am not used to blogging, so I couldn't figure out a title. So I thought in terms of my general aims, to find the truth or whatever.

                The title stems from a book I like, called the Shack. The original wording was taken from a conversation between "god" (papa) and "Mack". However it's a bit of a strange book, with god being more like the Oracle in the Matrix. In the book god (or papa) is a black woman that likes cooking. I substituted the word "freedom" for "truth", because truth is my aim, not freedom, though maybe both are the same. Here is the conversation, and the quote is at the end...

                “You knew I would come, didn’t you?” Mack finally spoke quietly. “Of course I did.” She was busy again, her back to him. “Then, was I free not to come? Did I not have a choice in the matter?”

                Papa turned back to face him, now with flour and dough in her hands. “Good question—how deep would you like to go?” She didn’t wait for a response, knowing that Mack didn’t have one. Instead she asked, “Do you believe you are free to leave?” “I suppose I am. Am I?” “Of course you are! I’m not interested in prisoners.

                You’re free to walk out that door right now and go home to your empty house. Or, you could go down to The Grind and hang out with Willie. Just because I know you’re too curious to go, does that reduce your freedom to leave?”

                She paused only briefly and then turned back to her task, talking to him over her shoulder. “Or, if you want to go just a wee bit deeper, we could talk about the nature of freedom itself. Does freedom mean that you are allowed to do whatever you want to do? Or we could talk about all the limiting influences in your life that actively work against your freedom. Your family genetic heritage, your specific DNA, your metabolic uniqueness, the quantum stuff that is going on at a subatomic level where only I am the always-present observer. Or the intrusion of your soul’s sickness that inhibits and binds you, or the social influences around you, or the habits that have created synaptic bonds and pathways in your brain. And then there’s advertising, propaganda, and paradigms. Inside that confluence of multifaceted inhibitors,” she sighed, “what is freedom really?”

                Mack just stood there not knowing what to say. “Only I can set you free, Mackenzie, but freedom can never be forced.” “I don’t understand,” replied Mack. “I don’t even understand what you just told me.”

                She turned back and smiled. “I know. I didn’t tell you so that you would understand right now. I told you for later. At this point, you don’t even comprehend that freedom is an incremental process.”

                So that's why I chose it I suppose.

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