A Confined Parable of Where We Are Today

If anything, we were taught as the mutineers of the Lord of Peking below the incriminating slavery of labor full with hardships, and we never knew where we at up until today. Perhaps the meaning of education, itself, is the locked-out phoenix of our desire that was created against our free will — now though, without hesitance, the purpose of “competition” broke open it’s cage.

I find it hard sometimes though, where these things would lead me into uncertainty — or more so about the incredible stakes of my own social, personal destruction. It’s a picturesque of Mongolian slavery under Gengis Khan’s leadership, though it’s both the same with the Lord of Peking.

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