Men Are Born Free, And Everywhere He Is In Chains.
By: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
You may believe you are a free individual, but in reality, you are tragically and inevitably enchained by the irreversible social condition of man. As long as you are constantly exposed to the opinions and the desires of others, you are forever shackled to the will of society. These chains keep you in an eternal state of bondage, and strip you of your individuality and your authentic self. To begin to lift these chains, you must first recognize the weight of their existence.
Do Yo Chain Hang Low And Wobble To Da Flow?
Do yo chain hang low? Do it wobble to da flow? Do it shine in the light? Is it platinum, is it gold? Could you throw it over ya shoulder? If ya hot, it make ya cold. Do your chain hang low? Because my chain hang – all it do is blang, blang. I have blue, I have red, like my diamonds gang gang. And don’ even think we on tha same thing. I’m so icy, my charms so heavy that my neck don’t like it.