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You know how to fly

You know how to fly

By their rules, institutions build walls of illusion and numb the blade of thought

 

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By their rules, institutions build walls of illusion and numb the blade of thought. Mental toxins spread from those walls, your life force drops, your flight grinds to a halt, you lose your freedom. Guardians of fear tie up your wings.

 

The thought is free.

You know how to fly.

But if you fall into the patterns of even blocks of concrete and virtual silicone fluids-under the auspices of the institution, you are accepting the unacceptable. Instead of free flight of poetry, your life becomes filled with numbers and rules. In that turmoil, fear and ambition fight for precedence. The disharmonious state of mind traps thoughts inside a cage. You lose yourself in the labyrinth of regulations. The imprisoned thought shakes your entire being, clouding your vision as it struggles to break free. Under the blows of trapped thought, your nose hits a wall, asphalt, concrete, you run into someone’s fist. Pain sets in, you lie on the floor drained, without answers.

The institution is there to help you and show you the direction you shouldn’t take. Because the asphalt kilometers of the road with regulators to guide your movements, traffic lights, are taking you further and further from your nature and your essence. The institution gives you what you don’t want so that you could realize what you want. And when you hit the floor, when you reach point zero, your thought begins to look for a way out intuitively. If you rely on your intuition, you’ll get out of the trap, you’ll rise above the illusion and return to freedom.

The thought is free.

You know how to fly.

 

Good luck.