You can feel it in the air. People are waking up and taking the matter into their own hands.
A new era of freedom, culture and personal prosperity is right around the corner.
But what happens when the human, a creature of habit, is presented with this unlimited freedom and potential?
What challenges will we be subjected to and how will we overcome the fear of change?
Do We Actually Have What it Takes to Break the Cycle and Adjust to Continuous Happiness?
It’s been 50 years for Mike, a convict who spent half a decade behind bars.
He had become used to the inmate lifestyle.
He actually started to enjoy it and make no mistake, he would even defend his place, to remain in prison.
But once his sentence is finally over, Mike is thrown outside, in the unknown.
And he finds himself encumbered by this new strange feeling of freedom.
What will he do, where will he go, how will he express his emotions besides fighting, plotting and basic survival?
There won’t be a day without longing to go back behind bars, to the place where he thinks he “belonged”.
Are we scared to break the web of commitment, of slavery, do we know what we would do with such a privilege of freedom?
As we are focused on personal ownership, individuality, money and consumerism we are doing no one any good, except to the capitalism ruler ship which obeys economic growth.
Being free comes with