A Collection of Spectacles

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No state. No politics. No greed.

It’s easy to say but harder to follow.

Anti-consumerism has its place planted firmly in the neighborhoods of suburban youth possibly because they are deprived just enough to feel disgusted but not enough to feel the effects of impoverishment.

There is fine line between living comfortably and acting as the catalyst of a corrupt cycle and it all depends on your personal comfort level. Knowing that I’m comfortable with having less than most may help for when I’m out on my own. Keep in mind, this may change. When someone else is paying for your things it’s very easy to reject it all.  

What’s most interesting is that, sometimes, advocates of civil disobedience and social disruptions (with purpose) turn into huge CEOs or corporate execs. 

I wonder what changes people.

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One Response

  1. izzybelle says:

    hmm this is interesting… rather unlike most of your other ones. kinda like… anarchist haha.
    as for what changes people.. their priorities. like when someone else is paying for your shit you can afford to rebel, but when you have to support a family things change.

    also, its important to remember that people are all freaks of nature.

    LOVE.

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