In my 40 year visit to

^In my 40 year visit to Earth from some other dimension (I had to be born in order to enter this dimension safely), one aspect of humanity I have yet to understand is the need for people to attempt to control other people. To guide, yes. To shape, yes. To help, yes. To suggest, yes. I have witnessed failed attempts to control others over and over again. Others may play along if it suits them. for giving the appearance of obedience brings things like food, shelter, love, companionship. But I have noticed that humans are fundamentally independent beings, from toddlers to elderly and every age inbetween. All attempts to control other people have, ultimately failed, through the tools of disobedience, temper tantrums, crankiness, being contrary, grumbling, arguing, silence, selective hearing – even tapping of fingers under a kitchen table or a restless leg bouncing under a table. And yet, "must not", "ought not", "can't", "don't" still are heard the world over. Perhaps I arrived too late – I have heard the hippie movement made a few strides in the right direction – or too early. This message is to no person or people in particular – it is an observation of one of the seven aspects of humanity that confuse me. This ends this report. (yes, I was a fan of Mork & Mindy as a kid, and no, I know I'm not an alien) 2012 at 4:54pm EDT^^^

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