Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Being who you are

There's nothing wrong in being who you are. Even if you are a murderer. If you are a murderer, you should be free to murder. Just not actual people. Virtual people - computer-generated or otherwise. To ensure the freedom to be who you are, you need to be secure - meaning fulfillment of daily basic needs. Otherwise you are forced to go after food, shelter and security, instead of being free to follow your natural inclinations.

In a world where most people are not free to follow their natural inclinations because they are preoccupied with acquiring food, shelter and security, most people end up being sad, dangerous or perverted. How? Read previous post.

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