Sunday, 24 October 2010

Where would you rather be?





When I saw this picture, I immediately started answering for the birds explaining to the opposing argument in my head that the birds know where and what to hunt here but there is no certainty of what will be elsewere...ect. When I asked myself the same question it made me think, why should I stay here? Humans are one of the most versitile animals on the planet, why could I not go and live in the woods if I wanted? Then I started to think further and it was this picture that aided me in coungering up my far future plans. When me and my group of friends are all of suitable availability we will move. We don't know where, we don't know when and the probability of it actually happening is very slim but this euphoric dream of my future has become my motivation in life. Even writing this now has made me think some more, what if everyone had a plan in their head of where they what they wanted to do in their far future and has been caught up in shitty jobs and restricting families. I hope this doesn't happen to me and I will fight for my dream, by the time I am 30 I want to be out of this shithole of a socity on my own land living how I'm supposed to live, with no rules but my general morals. I will not be told what to do because at the end of the day, why should ANYONE have command over me? We are all the same organic matter, we are all equal but this will never show so I want out.

Btw, we're thinking of moving to Canada or Austrailia getting land and farming it, conrtibuting nothing to society.

28 comments:

  1. Me and my cousin are thinking of doing the same, maybe not now but some time...

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  2. farming is a very hard work, especially in deserts of australia and snows of canada, lol. but i've got the idea, you just tired, but that's not a reason to change living place, i think

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  3. I always wanted to live on some island of Oceania.. But maybe finishing the college first..

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  4. Subsistence farming is hard but rewarding. Food always seems to taste better when you grow it yourself. Also, there's a book out there called "The Anonymous Manifesto" by Ded Rabbit Publishing. You may want to check it out. It mainly deals with the issues you're talking about.

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  5. this picture is awesome.. so simple but such a deep content

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  6. wow that picture looks amazing

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  7. i like living where i live. sorta. better than many other places. moving to a different city would be nice, but id like to stay in this country.

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  8. Killer pic, man. Wish I had seen that when I was 20...

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  9. Wow you post some really interesting content! that picture is awesome.

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  10. but yea canada isnt a bad place at all actually

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  11. If you farm the land .. where will your water come from?

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  12. canada isn't as great as it might sound

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  13. id rather be somewhere that doesnt experience snow in winter time

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  14. One of my favorite quotes/ sayings whatever. I'd be on a remote beach somewhere getting perfect waves and enjoying every second.

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  15. hmmm interesting, its easy to stay where I am

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  16. I'd rather be at home sleeping in bed

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  17. I would sleep on that idea. Do some research. There are societies out there who have decided to branch off. Think of the Amish.

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  18. I'm tempted to do that, move to somewhere remote. I wish I was a bird, this is why I want to do stuff like freerunning and parkour for that slight sense of freedom. In the end, all we can say we have forever till death are our lives.

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  19. if i were anything I would totally be a bird before any other animal

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  20. I like where I am Canada is nice. But I wouldn't mind New York or California.

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