Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains. – Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Freedom is an expensive commodity. A commodity that is traded over and over, that is compromised every once in a while to gain something that may be fleeting. That we yield our freedom to protest by clicking Yes to the terms and conditions without reading them speaks volumes.
All around the world, men live in slavery, belonging to others, to work until their fingers are worn to the bone. This sounds exceptionally sad, but it happens all the time. Men don suits and put silk nooses round their necks, spending their most productive years listening to orders and churning out the same stuff day after day. If you ignore the creative spirit long enough, it atrophies and you’re left with a shell…
Set yourself free.
But pardon the music.