Most Americans spend their lives working for others, paying off debts to others and performing tasks that others tell them that they “must” do… we work our fingers to the bone to pay off these debts, and the vast majority of us are not even working for ourselves. Instead, our work makes the businesses that other people own more profitable.
So if we spend the best years of our lives building businesses for others, servicing debts that we owe to others and making others wealthier, what does that make us? In 2015, the words “servant” and “slave” have very negative connotations, and we typically don’t use them very much.
Instead, we use words like “employee” because they make us feel so much better. But is there really that much of a difference? Yes, most of us might not be “legal property” of someone else in a very narrow sense, but in a broader sense we all have to answer to someone.
We all have someone that we must obey. And we all have obligations that we must meet or else face the consequences. Perhaps you don’t think that any of this applies to you personally.
Well, if someone came up to you and asked you what you truly own, what would you say? Because if you don’t OWN LAND, you don’t own anything!!
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