By James F. Coyle, Author of The Freedom Book
When you were born you arrived without an instructional manual! You were expected to figure things out as you evolved. And everyone else was in the same boat.
We learnt initially by imitation. Repeating words that our parents taught us. By the time we were 4-5 years old we were starting to figure things out and our individual personality began to develop.
Then we went to school and were moulded into a functioning individual. Rather like a bakery. The dough is placed into hundreds of bread moulds and when cooked all the loaves look the same.
So it is with us by the end of our basic schooling. We have learnt to fit into society and have been taught the basic reading and writing skills that enable us to join the workforce. And here the pressure to conform really begins. If we displease our boss our job is on the line.
Likewise in our social environment we don't really want to displease our church, family or members of our social groups.
Everything is a compromise because we have no real individual freedom.
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