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"Substance is by nature prior to its modifications." [1]

Gaía is said to have been one of the first to get into chaos. Much later, man must have called Gaía herself a chaos, when „[he] made himself master and possessor of nature, of the sensible, of substance." [2], in order to do justice to the false assumption that the environment must be organized according to his understanding of order. This was nothing more than complacency, of course, as ‘chaos‘ as an organism had worked well for millions of years before human gimmicks came into play. As my ancestors began subjugating the grain to feed the settlement after settling, it will have taken the owners of the land they had been working on several cycles of failure to grapple with how to store the crops in order to allow domestication to make a story. The hard drive culture would come full circle if the last storage medium would be the Svalbard Global Seed Vault [3] , as soon as the sun began to eat us up.
Those who controlled the key to the storage seemed to have had an impact on local development, as monitoring regional food production provided the information necessary to assess how many citizens can be fed on the ground. Things get out of whack as soon as regional policy becomes corrupt and those in positions of power take advantage of that advantage to market a vehicle that's meant to feed us. Agricultural soil. In theory, this means that local production can no longer meet local demand for food and that production must therefore be relocated to another location. In the long term, this means that production will also be relocated from another location to the region and monocultures will emerge. The industrial urbanization of the land not only closes the area in which the own production facilities are built, but also the agricultural areas on the periphery of the factory through the emerging workers' settlements. The key to the ‘warehouse‘ goes to the other side of the table. Hard drive culture is changing. "What used to be knowledge is becoming information. What used to be technology is becoming knowledge. Knowledge as the central energy of modern society exists altogether in application and when it is put to work." [4] What began with the monitoring of plant cultivation has developed into a control over almost all possible information, with the aim of organizing this in vectors, which in turn enable the creation of a work situation that is much stronger as a dependency relationship than the form of customer recruitment of the glass shop owner who sends his boys out in the evening to throw a few stones and secure jobs for the next day. This is what technology feels like: building of interdependent relationships.

The patriarch is always present, sitting on his high seat, his G43 leaning casually on his crotch. Live commentary on failure. The gun was replaced by walking sticks over time. He wouldn't need no guns any longer since he's been a killer in his youth. He will injure with ignorance. The other one treated his childhood trauma with a military career, but interestingly, he's not as concerned with power as the other. He's more for insulting the Majesty. Both are very knowledgeable about how to exercise authority, how to simulate power, but are unaware that this can have an impact on their surroundings if they casually incorporate the information into their daily lives. Starting out as a servant or farm laborer meant giving away the body for food and shelter for them, I think. No possessions except muscles, hands and feet. Total dependence on borrowed capital. If the landowner went down, you'd have to go with them. If you got married, they would pay for the party. They wouldn't teach you too much social knowledge because questions are dangerous.
This in turn would have an impact on your own personal family climate, of course. A family climate, where patriarchy is the enforced law experience that claims that challenging the power structure of patriarchy itself would be against the law. Therefore, the critical question must not be asked and those in power will punish any coup in front of the public. Show trial: Obedience to the elder. The system still exists because it gives shelter to so many possible losers. Imagine, you would have suffered from patriarchal rule from the day of your birth and the only light that you could see at the end of the tunnel were the illusion that you would be provided with a similar quality of rule as soon as the day would come. And then it doesn't happen, because you fall in trust with someone whose light is opposing these ideas drastically, for instance. You lose as much as you win. On the surface you will try to do your best to not look like as if you were hurt, but deep inside you might just know that someone is willing to assist you with your change. And that's a very special gift to receive in life, because it will grant you access to be in critical conflict with yourself without loosing yourself.
The emotional being should never again be the key to this path, once it is established. From then on, we should learn to light ourselves a way. Loving from a distance never waits for the normal to come back. It happens when your stuff is pushed from a distance just because you know they know you. And you take care of them even though you don't know how they are since they said goodbye. If we accept our mistakes, we can prove that we are trying to make a difference with our hearts. To give back, as social workers.

There is little that children can do. You have few rights. You can stay true to yourself and go through comments like they were raindrops in a world that wants nothing more than to put you in the role of reproductive marginalization. Sure, we can read Marighella, take up arms, put citizens in danger and possibly be shot down on the way. But that would only confirm the ideologies of the old men who shaped the current situation, which we have defined as the problem that should be the focus of our criticism. Although we had more rights than they did when they searched for food in the fire when their grandfathers waited in wheelchairs and the war was on. They find it difficult to agree that we also face problems. Revolution does not work without autonomous cooperation, unconditional investment of time and communication without abuse, as it must never accept violence as the solution to a deadlocked conversation. Enforcing language systems is as violent as enforcing a calendar. Expropriation is a violent approach as it ignores a fair negotiation of demographic change. Voices have to be heard in order to gradually mutate. Intergenerational conversation is essential. "We can see that repetition is a necessary and justified conduct only in relation to that which cannot be replaced. Repetition as a conduct and as a point of view concerns non-exchangeable and non-substitutable singularities.“ [5]

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 Spinoza, Baruch. Ethica, ordine geometrico demonstrata. Translated by R. H. M. Elwes. 1887
  Levebfre, Henri. Rhythmanalysis: Space, Time and Everyday Life. Continuum. New York, 2004.
 Drucker, Peter. The Age of Discontinuity, Guidelines to Our Changing Society Transaction. London, 2003
 Deleuze, Gilles. Difference and Repetition. Columbia University Press. New York, 1994