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Let’s get naked and run through the Jungle!

Let’s get naked and run through the Jungle!

 

A thought just came to my mind. A minute ago. Let’s get naked and run through the Jungle. I know what you are thinking, “Aa gaya pagla phir se.” (Here comes the crazy again.) But then in my defense, I have all the facts with me. Please hear me out for two minutes. I won’t rob you off your wealth. Corporations and religions are for that purpose. I just need two minutes, please. And also, “Insanity is just a state of mind like sanity. Who knows who’s what? I certainly don’t (#mostdef)”

My question to you is, “Why not?” We are clothed and civilized because we are supposedly social beings. But are we? I don’t see many social things being done around. I just see few people making money and others buying the goods made and sold by them. Then I also see Television, (fuck Television – the kind you watch. I watch RT.com), which has a propaganda content airing 24/7*365. Everywhere they teach you how to buy things and how to make money to buy em. No one teaches you to achieve freedom and not to willingly submit to slavery. A wise man said –

Don’t let the ones that want to steal your dreams 
They’ll steal your dreams away 
Just laugh and let it go 

So you’ve tried to pass along your doubt 
Oh you need somebody’s ears to hear you shout 
All your wasted and days and twisted ways are up 
So now it’s time to see the cards you dealt 

Don’t let the ones that want to steal your dreams 
They’ll steal your dreams away 
Just laugh and let it go 

A wise one said. Not me. I am the crazy one. So, the point being made is, “What’s the point of a consumerist society?” Why fight for it’s thriving? Let it perish and rot away in oblivion. Let’s just orchestrate a Phoenix event. (In the historical record, the Phoenix could symbolize renewal in general as well as the sun, time, the Empiremetempsychosisconsecrationresurrection, life in the heavenly ParadiseChristMaryvirginity, the exceptional man, and certain aspects of Christian life”.[3]). We no longer need to buy things. All of us who want things to change and pave way for a better tomorrow, Let’s just sell our possessions. Buy a ton of books. Buy a backpack. Burn our identifications. Become no one. Because “It’s only after we’ve lost everything that we’re free to do anything.”

“Let’s be a part of the great Rainbow Family. Let’s get naked and run through the Jungle!”

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  1. Excellent idea. Now tell/show them how it’s done. Step by step. Some social contructs will allow the people in them to follow this right away (which are the people who are aware of the importance of being a human, like those seeking enlightenment). Such people would have basic survival knowledge too, to support their journey to the jungle/forest/nature. But some social constructs like cities (where sections of society are stuck in medical treatment, basic survival struggle, misguided communities, dark people etc who are not evolved enough to comprehend this amazing journey to the jungle), are not ready for a thought like this. This idea must be implemented on a largr scale with almost everyone involved in the journey. But how to do this? Tell them step by step. Because the subconscious brain, that is reading this article, wants to be clear whether this article is merely a spark or a fire. And from experience, we all know what happens to a spark eventually. It dies, because it is a halfhearted effort (that’s done either knowingly or unknowingly). I don’t believe you’re striving for a spark knowingly, because you’re not. But if you’re then doing it unknowingly, then there’s a gap. A step by step procedure is required. Art is just a coping mechanism. But if one wants to change the world with art, one must show in their art how it’s actually done, my friend. And we all know, building fire is a step by step process.

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