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Everyone is different and therefore no two people will ever completely agree on everything. Yet, it seems that most people have been conditioned to share the same beliefs about things that are near and dear to them such as religion, sports, money, love and life in general, to name a few. Somewhere along the way, we’ve lost our individuality and we’ve become programmable robots who seem to function in a society that despises individuals and free thinkers.Tony asks, “how can you be in control of your life if society is constantly conditioning you to be a model citizen?” He simply states that we have to break down the conditioning in order to find out what is really true to each one of us as individuals. The question is, "are you ready to be free?"

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