Rebuilding Life

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Everyone has to do it at least once. After Kansa died I lost my mind. I had no will to live and no concern for my personal safety or hygiene. I survived a lot of crap as many of my readers know. I ended up unemployed and without any form of transportation. I have been living out of a backpack for 30 years, which is why this website collects funds to help feed the homeless. After a year of going without a car, I finally found a dealership who would work with me.

But the staff did not communicate the process to me and I wasted a lot of time on a bus back and forth to the dealer expecting my car to be ready. I went off on a rampage because of my frustration. The people at Carr Automotive Beaverton, did not deserve to be treated the way I did treat them.

The sales manager called me after I explained my side to the salesman I was working with and managed to talk me into not backing out of the deal. I was sceptical because I was told multiple times before to come in and pick up the Pathfinder that Kristina and I will need to move us into a place of our own. However, this time Chuck drove up with the Pathfinder and I didn’t have to go home empty handed a Fouth time.

For the first time in my life I am taking responsibility for not just my future but the future and safety of Kristina and her son Wyatt. No government assistance in this family’s house hold will ever be accepted.

I am trying to teach a 2 year old boy to hold doors opened for his mom and through my example to respect every one, not for what they can do for us but because they too are the final creation of God’s plan. I should have reminded myself of that before I pulled the trigger on Carr Automotive Beaverton and for that I am sorry.

I was only seeing the immediate need of my family and didn’t bother to look at the bigger picture. The unfortunate reality is the only way true utopian Anarchy can work is if each individual takes responsibility for everything in their own life and the lives of are offspring. The unfortunate reality is that until the emotional response is put in check we do have a need for government.

People are social pack animals who tend to react rather than evaluate. If our society as a whole would use more educated evaluation rather reaction, we would have far less of a need for the judicial system which is the most primitive form of government.

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Anthony Antolic has a full-time job working at Derect Marketing Solutions in Vancouver Washington. He runs Anarchy Empowered on the side. Anthony feels it is important to bring back morality for the sake of our culture.