Saturday, August 19, 2006:
In the main body of the work, we said that everything one owns says who that one is. It speaks all about the subconscious and conscious person.
However, you are not your things. Things that you obtain under the conscious or subconscious influence of societal pressures of making statements about yourself are a human contrivance. They are never the real you. You can't purchase yourself, and worldly profit-seeking people can't sell you the real you.
That whole system is sheer selfishness and falsehood. All capitalist marketing is nonsense separating you farther from the real, the whole, the collective consciousness with what has brought everything into being. Only in that whole is there any real meaning.