Margaret Alice Second

Gold Star - 16,533 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Free Access [revised] - Poem by Margaret Alice Second

With unrestricted Web access for investigating all
viewpoints in writing - i.e., those of the mavericks,
spirituals, the sciences, religions, philosophies &
channellings, histories, cultures, civilisations, hidden
knowledge, alternative viewpoints, holograms and
quantum mechanics, interlocked particles, parallel
universes and dark matter and relativism and
mysterious portals and multiverses - we

Have a new mental freedom, an ability to window-
shop in the marketplace of ideas, new perspectives
and insight with access to previously inaccessible
information; only those who cannot read or who’s
Internet use is restricted cannot overcome own
education and culture - anyone wishing to gain
wider views and make up their own minds will
find the censure of those who profess to know
better cannot kill wonderment offered by new

Ideas, free innovation and delight in amazing
discoveries – it is a choice - my experience is
enchantment with brilliant ideas, unlimited use
of the imagination, freedom compared to my
youth, joy in continuous research and the un-
stoppable flow of theories; a mental release I
shall not curtail by adherence to any creed or
groups with intersubjective indices…

[My reply to a colleague stating there is no freedom in the
rules and regulations in which we live like prisoners:

Your viewpoint is very valid - that’s how it used to feel
to me. But the outline of reality which forms the framework
in which we live, the guidelines of time and contracts and
protocol and legal laws, governed by the autopilot ego,
executing duties in a Zen trance, provides physical safety,
giving the mind unlimited time to research the shimmering
patterns of the mental life – and learn to weave new webs
of meanings and symbols to recreate the physical world as
we like, all in good time…]

[29 October 2013]

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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