There is a nomad in us all

Sheep is what we have become, firstly enslaved by the myths of the first mythmakers to wipe out all other human species, then to populate the planet, then enslaved by wheat, that we humans helped to become the most successful plant on the planet.

Previous to the agrarian revolution that occurred about 14,000 years ago we were free to roam and we were nomadic. We did not do back breaking work in a field all day long tending wheat and living all on top of each other catching disease and becoming more controlled by the few.

Then the industrial revolution came and we became more and more enslaved by the industrialists and their factories.

The industrialists armed with huge profits, and more likely with initial good intention, bought up the schools, universities, the politicians, the world. That tiny elite, the modern mythmakers, have successfully turned us all into even more compliant sheep, whipped into line via their media messages, their laws, their rules and the fears they have manufactured to control us with.

But in our DNA is still the urge to be free, to roam, to live a simple, meaningful life free from the disease of money, consumption, and control. Our enslavement is only possible all the time we believe their myths and all the time we succumb to fear.

Try roaming, try being nomadic, try being curious about your urge for freedom.

There is a nomad in every one of us, go and roam, leave the flock.

The game is loaded in our favour

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Life is a game. Not like Monopoly, Risk, or Chess.

In those games the rules have already been written by the game maker and once other players join the game they are there until the end. There is a winner and there are losers.

In life, though the game is much more stacked in our favour than we realise or in fact choose to admit. There is only one winner, us.

Our life is our game and not only do we decide the rules, as it is our life, we can also choose the other players and how long they are in our game. Now initially some players join in without our permission, but then it is our choice whether they stay in our game or not.

We write the rules in our game. We are the game makers.

We can not control what the other players do but we control whether or not they stay in our game.

So when we moan about a bad hand in cards or landing on the wrong property in Monopoly and so on, well sometimes that is our lot and we have to play with it, but in the game that is our life, if we don’t like the cards dealt or the space we landed on, we can throw them away and get some more dealt, we can move to another space whenever we like.

The point is it is our game, our rules and we choose the players.

Therefore there is no good or bad luck, just a series of choices that we and we alone are accountable for.

Get on and play the game, it’s completely loaded in your favour.