"How many of us realize we live our lives in a prison? It may be velvet lined with all the amenities, but it's a prison nevertheless. We are the slave labor used to perpetuate this system by enriching those with power (our jail keepers). If you try to escape from this velvet lined jail, they put you in another higher-security jail without all the amenities, and even less freedom. Face it we're all prisoners!
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on The Earth by Alicia Bay Laurel. The
early '70s was a time of great optimism (and despair in true Dickens fashion).
Everywhere people were experimenting with alternative lifestyles, leaving
the cities and heading back-to-nature. Communes were popping up all over
and those returning to the land had to learn fast the art of survival.
With impeccable timing and the feeling that a guide to this new/old way
of life was needed, Alicia Bay Laurel wrote "Living on The Earth", an invaluable
resource for those seeking to live in harmony with Mother Nature. Read Skip's Review!