Just be how you want to be. Stay legal but follow your own rules. Do not always do what you are told in some way. Free yourself from the constraints we have placed on ourselves. Cross the boundaries because we set the boundaries that hold us. Yet, we are freer than we think. In England, there is a little town called Totnes, located in the southwest of the island, not far from Plymouth. Totnes became famous because of the film “Tomorrow - The World is Full of Solutions”. The Transition Town movement, which originated in Totnes, would be reported with Rob Hopkins being one of the movement's initiators. In addition, part of the movement is also a regional currency. When the group in Totnes thinks about the different values of the notes, one of them comes up with the bizarre idea of a 21 Totnes pound note. And immediately afterward, the question came up: "Can we do something like that? 21 pounds?". Rob Hopkins' answer was simple and equal to a question, “Why not? - We create this money, so why shouldn't it be possible?".
These events and the question of the possibility that arises show how much we submit to the given rules and how much we condition ourselves as a result. Yet, this conditioning is the old world, and your “new” world looks different. Free your mind. Get away from these guidelines. Live your life as you see fit. Of course, in a legal way and always empathically because you do not want to hurt anyone with your new but more humane way of life. Go your own way, open yourself up to the possibilities the universe has in store for you. You will see how free your new life feels. Just freestyle!
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