Wednesday, November 28, 2012

14 reasons why I leave society

If anyone asks my why I am leaving modern society I often do not know what to say. So yesterday I made a list of reasons why I want leave and here it is.. enjoy!

1- Because I don't (want to) need money (bits of copper and paper.. that's all it realy is)
2- Because I only want to own that what I need to survive (which isn't alot)
3- Because only the forests make me feel free (and I was born free according to Mel Gibson)
4- Because I'm a natural born loner
5- Because the need of adventure (away with boredom and daily sloth)
6- Because I want to live like my ancestors did (uhmm.. that'll be the Saxons)
7- Because wild food tastes better (can't get fresher then that)
8- Because I need to do something with my life (something few have done before)
9- Because I need to put all the skills i've learned into practice
10- Because I want to see more of the world (wanderlust)
11- Because TV sucks nowadays (different channel, same shit)
12-Because I don't have a carreer (and more important: don't want one)
13- Because of all the rules in a society  (if I want to piss against that tree I'll do so).
14- Because I was born to hunt which is illegal over here (again those damn rules)
All these reasons realy overshadow the reasons why I would stay

9 comments:

  1. I love this post! I can identify with all these reasons! I'm a female hermit in miami,florida

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    1. I used to live in Miami and moved to north central Florida to escape the city and i love it here besides the fact that the city cruelty is stretching their greedy fingers across the map and if you work for corporations, it's worse. I have been wanting to leave society for, give our take, a year. My problem is, I can't just leave my fiance. And i can't leave my disabled mother without my help (we all live together) . She wouldn't have enough money to pay for expenses, she'd be alone and she wouldn't have a ride to get anywhere (she can't drive because of her vision problems). I'd only do it if neither them were in my life. It sucks being trapped like a rat in a place you feel is like jail. I feel happy socializing sometimes, online more often, and by myself most times.i get annoyed when my quiet is interrupted. That's why i don't like being home all the time. My mom is the same. Guess it's hereditary. I also agree on the points all of you guys made.

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  2. I plan on leaving society before September. The only problem is I'm afraid to do it alone and risk death. I hear there are various tribes around the world that live to be ~150 years old and have no diseases. I just want to see what's really out there. Mostly a search for real health. I certainly have no plans to re-integrate once i leave. Just wondering if you're going to actually go through with it or just sit around talking about it. Clock's tickin'.

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  3. Thats the only peaceful existence you will ever know,,,trust me!

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  4. Leaving is the only way. Staying is donating your soul and your spirit to the prison that is society where we are free to work, pay taxes and a million little rules that strip us of all real freedom. Staying is not a life. It is slavery.

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  5. I agree with all of you ... often before i fall to sleep i imagine what it will be if i just leave. I am making imaginary plans for stuff i will take and how i will make the stuff i need - on sight, What shelter and what envirorment i will choose and so on ... BUT
    I cant leave - have children and woman to take care of. And i am trapped , not because of them - i love them and i know that they wont support me to be free ... they are scared of lack of money problem like 99% of the population ... they are good people , but cant see beyond daily routine and satisfying common needs other way than working for someone else ...

    I am aware of the choice i made and maybe i never will be free , i am just scared that this imaginary world is giving me more pleasure and is pulling me so hard that every time i woke up - i feel depressed - can hiding this for now...

    I like my family and my woman , i dont like the world me and they live in. I have enough will to try ... but they dont - so i am choosing to not follow my dream , but stay with them.

    Just sharing ... a small anonymous confession.

    Ralph Sungila - i admire. With you luck soul brother. You are already there, somewhere ... live your dream Ralph , do it for all of us who are trapped

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    1. My problem is having enough money to get supplies. I have kids but they aren't with me and at this time I'm in a shelter working a low paying job, and no career at 48. But that's not the reason I want to leave society. The reason is that God never told anyone that they had to pay rent and buy water. Nothing in nature lives like this but humans.

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  6. How would you find a spot where you are far enough away? I mean could you walk 100 miles away from a town and live?

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  7. It is starting to look like it will be the other way around. Society will be wiped out via nature We might be wishing we had built that HHO generator, Howard Johnson Magnetic Motor, http://ecoble.com/2009/06/09/8-completely-awesome-diy-home-energy-projectsin our garages

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