Forum Post: I envision a world where a man may cut down trees to build a home for his family, and another man doesn't make it his business, but that is not the world we live in...
Posted 3 years ago on Feb. 10, 2012, 11:37 a.m. EST by freewriterguy
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I envision a world where a man can cut down some trees and build a house to shelter his family and another man doesnt interfere but this isnt the world we live in. Instead that man has to slave away to purchase the land, and building permits from other men, or more likely those trees are claimed by the "government" on behalf of the people but are never shared with the people, and they charge the people 17 - 35 dollars a night just to camp on those public lands even. Or the land is already owned by a man who owns hundreds of thousands of other acres. Darn too bad I wasnt born before the rest of you, then you would all be paying me rent on my earth ! (This is similar to what is going on in the Corporate world)
I envision a world where if a man seeks land outside the city because the price is affordable, so that he can pursue his dream, he doesnt find a city ordinance saying if you want to live on it, you have to purchase a minimum of 140 acres of land at a price of 5k per acre which put the price of bare land at 700k which is what happened to me 2 hours sw of slc, utah.
I envision a world where a man may irrigate some of the river water onto his land and leaving some for those down stream to grow food for his family without another man saying you need to pay me for the water. Or otherwise pay for water rights. (perhaps water rights may still need to be negotiated here realistically) I.D.K.
I envision a world where a man may own a horse for transportation, or a cow for milk or a chicken for eggs instead of having our food trucked in from 1500 miles away (God forbid there should be an oil shortage) but this isnt the world we live in, in fact, many people cant own a horse, or a cow or a chicken, its against other men's city ordinances.
I envision a world where if a man grows flowers in his yard to sell them to pay for his home during a time when so many have lost their jobs, he isnt thrown into jail by other men for breaking city ordinances of working from his home like what happened in my community last february 2011. After all, we all can afford to go into debt leasing a commercial building instead, and if we fail, we can have our home taken from us,( that should teach us not to try and succeed). Unfortunately this IS THE WORLD WE LIVE IN.
I envision a world where if a man has a child he doesnt go into debt to another man 5 thousand dollars in hospital bills, or when a man dies of old age his family doesnt go into debt 5 thousand dollars to bury him, when a good shovel is twenty dollars and the back yard is wide open. Instead we live in a world where if we bury our old people, the government will arrest us on suspicion of foul play.
Shame Shame Shame on these other men who have made it their business despite the scripture that says; "Be ye not busy bodies involved in other men's matters." 1 peter 4:15, 1 tim 5:13. 2 thes 3:11