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Breaking The Laws

November 10, 2022

Starting with the use of lazy language of using the word law. Used all too often, inappropriately to describe forces not humanly understood.

For one, law, sounds as if it man-made, so immediately it has flaws. Plus, once in / on the books, it is too difficult to change.

Starting with the heavy, The Law of Gravity.

It is not a law, it is a phenomena. Where an invisible consistent force draws into the center of itself. WITHOUT EXPLANATION.

Same goes for nature, there are no laws. There is phenomenon and patterns. Minds have a tendency to become closed when they hear the word law. Wonder in this case would be much more appropriate. The Wonder of Nature.

It frees the mind to cogitate or daydream over miraculous manifestations that occur, again without explanation. Like the acids in one’s stomach can dissolve metals while not destroying your innards. That’s wonderful.

When you find phenomenon and wonder categorized as a “LAW”, break it, question it. Then maybe, after a new paradigm shift occurs and society is filled with questioning and awe……

We can break down the man made laws, into what they are. Restrictions, suppressions, revenue enhancers, nuisances, conformity and control.

“What business is it of yours what I do, read, buy, see, or take into my body as long as I do not harm another human being on this planet?”

– Bill Hicks

“So I might as well begin to put
Some action in my life

Breaking the law, breaking the law
Breaking the law, breaking the law
Breaking the law, breaking the law
Breaking the law, breaking the law

So much for the golden future,
I can’t even start
I’ve had every promise broken,
There’s anger in my heart
You don’t know what it’s like,
You don’t have a clue
If you did, you’d find yourselves
Doing the same thing too

Breaking the law, breaking the law
Breaking the law, breaking the law”

Judas Priest


From → Lyrics, Quotes, random

  1. Fig permalink

    I try to break the phenomenon of gravity all the time. It always wins. LOL

    Liked by 1 person

    • Fig permalink

      Posted too soon. Yes, we can do whatever we want (as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone) and no stranger need trouble themselves about it. They’re just resentful about something in their own life and instead of dealing with it have to lash out at others.
      The only thing to add is that I believe that freedom exists only if we understand that we are part of the larger fabric of the universe and aren’t some random electron floating without an orbit or purpose.

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