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Exceptions Are What We Need Today

Whats more common in today’s world than the title above is the phrase “You better stop before one of you ruins it for the rest of you.” And that is what is accepted in society. That is what we believe is right and justice. But is it really?

I’m here to change your perspective on that today.

Picture in your mind for a quick moment what it must have been like for Adam and Eve and all their limitless choices they had to choose from.
Picture what your life would be like if it was exactly the way you wanted it. Perfect.

Till they ate the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge.
Now picture life today and all the limits and regulations we have weighing down on our shoulder. Do you believe you can achieve your dreams? Most of us probably don’t.

Adam and Eve are stripped of their rights for being attracted to what we are all attracted to today. So what will life be like a hundred years from now if we keep getting stripped of our rights? We’ll have to be robots in order to survive. Slaves of the wealth system.

How are we going to create a world of opportunity if at the same time we are drawing lines.

There are so many people today that have HUGE potential but corporate people will never give them the light of day. Because they don’t have an education. When they can’t even afford an education. Or a car. Or anything. They come out of high school and are forced to walk to Wal-Mart for an application. And yeah there will be those who say “Well they should have gotten straight A’s in high school and planned ahead!” Well this is my response to that.

The education system isn’t perfect. The Education system is built to wear us down as a matter of fact. With rising intuition cost and competitiveness we have no choice but to stress ourselves out. We feel like we’ll never make it out. And that ‘feeling’ will only make it come true through the law of attraction. Those same people who say we should have been smarter to begin with should think about what they allow in their media. They allow drugs, violence, sex and all things bad to reach the eyes of their children. My five-year old niece came home from school with a pencil that says Dont Do Drugs on it. That’s pathetic putting such things in the reality of the most curious age group. And us trying to “fit in” also leading many in the wrong direction. We only know what we are shown. So those of us who went astray in high school, we didn’t know better. Dont feel guilty for it because that’s exactly what they want us to do so we never move forward.

If we do not wish to see this world decline into the end of its existence then one thing we MUST do is start making exceptions outside of the system. Because the system is built to bring us down.

When your forced to make a decision that is against regulations think about these things, please. Is anyone really going to find out? If they do find out, is doing the right thing to help someone out such a crime? The situation can be explained and if the listener has a heart im sure it wont be a problem. It feels good to do the right thing.

As an example for making an exception i will create the following scene:

A boy (who is 17) drives out-of-town with his mother to visit relatives for a holiday.
After the holidays the mother has to go back work but the boy wishes to stay longer.
So they buy a plane ticket and the mother drives back home.
However, the boys Identification Card is in the car and back home as well.
And he needs this identification to go through security at the airport.
Luckily he happens to find an old i.d from when he was ten in his luggage that hasn’t been used since then.
This i.d has his full name and date of birth. The picture looks just like him with glasses.
He is also wearing glasses the day he takes this i.d to the airport.
All this boy is trying to do is hop on a plane and get back home.
But due to a fake terrorist attack september 11th security is tight.

If you were the lady taking this boys ticket and I.D what would being going through your head when this story is told to you? Is thinking a 17-year-old boy (with an aunt who works at the airport by the way and is with him) is a terrorist really seem logical? Or does it seem like something we’ve been brain washed in. Think about it. And if you are wondering why i said fake terrorist attack click here.

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