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Perspective of Peace and Clarity

Im constructing another rhyme for another perspective, 
so to be inclined provides mind with great weapons. 
What world are we living in? the same one their dying for, 
but think for a second if the government is crying or, 
realize that our planet's over populated, 
so to keep us dying at a pace leaves "leaders" obligated... 
to not care for sanctioned "leading" causes of death. 
Cigarettes, alcohol, caffeine relieve stress, 
but they're all legal and they COUNT on it to steal your breath. 

See were all numbers and the arithmetic's modest,
resources to people remains the only honest, 
true variable for life as we know it, 
caused from years of discovery and more to not show it. 
So you don't have to be Mayan to know theres new life for this end, 
just calculate whats been studied and discuss with your friends. 
The ways of past cultures and consider the notion, 
that what part of humans did we really put in motion? 
Religion was formed to keep truth from the many, 
for the "masters" of old knew majority of any, 
group of species brings power.. so it was easy for rulers to control every hour, 
but time may be of the essence.. so learn of different plains and feel a different presence. Because while we were busy not committing the seven, 
sins I feel we should have, journeyed more towards the heavens.

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