I hate tradition and something about regulation.
Repetition is good and probably moderation.
“But they seem the same”, I imagine you say.
In one, there’s violation. In the other, freedom of expression.
Some cultures are rich
and some guidelines do teach.
But when they’re turned to law
and we either comlpy or face a claw,
then freedom is violated
and unique expressions terminated.
An atmosphere that respects chioce,
conditions that can enhance poise;
is simply what I advocate, so that dreams won’t suffocate.
Some opinions are universal and questioning them seem controversial.
Being different should not be out of place, if uniqueness should have it’s own space.
Why force yourself to be accepted?
Why coarse people to get indebted?
I choose my own traditions and the necessary regulations.
I choose to solve people’s problems
and to share with both hand and modems.
Since I picked them by choice,
I go about them without noise.
I seem to love tradition
and also regulation
when they enhance my operation
by reducing speculation.
I have a unique design
to which I choose to align.
Why compel me against my will
as if I’m food for your meal.
Can two work together unless they agree?
Why force an agreement?
Why manipulate with promises and threats?
When choices don’t intersect, why not let it be?
Walk away or reach a compromise, but let it be by choice.
Negociate or just truncate but quit using baits or force.
Allow variation but apply moderation in the use of tradition and regulation.
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