and by slave, the same dictionary also defines it as
1. Who Am I?
Misidentification is the opposite of insecurities. In this sense, media teaches you to get lost, to wander off into some unknown ‘paradise’. Little does one know that that so called ‘paradise’ is outside from one’s own and is hell wrapped in a pretty covering. When one does not know herself, she tends to live by blindly. She is unaware of where she wants to go, so she tends to get pushed around mindlessly, confirming and affirming to whatever and therefore submitting to this so-called slavery that she obeys to follow.
2. SMASH THE PATRIACHY!!!!
If you want know, more or less, how women are treated these days, watch this Upworthy video. (NSFW)
3. Arts? Nah. Expression? A must! But nah.
Everybody insists that everyone should follow their heart, their dreams, their true calling. But what if one wishes to be an artist? What if one wants to devote her life to playing the cello? What if one wants to open her own soup kitchen? Will everyone be impressed with her dreams? Will everyone appreciate her as they appreciate the engineers, the pilots, the lawyers, and the doctors? The answer would less likely be yes.
Our society has become so absorbed with earning money, with buying luxury, that we forget to understand the underlying essence of living - which is making our dreams into reality. Isn’t being an artist as noble a profession as being an engineer? Without the arts, life ceases to exist. Art communicates - it is life. We tell our lawmakers to give freedom of speech a chance, but we put the appreciation for the arts at the last of our list of priorities. Isn’t art a form of speaking? Why are we so ready to tell our children to leave the arts for a better, more “ professional” career when we know they’ll become better persons doing what they love? Building careers shouldn’t be about the money one earns alone, but it should also be the fulfillment one gets. When one loves what she does, the rest, including money, should follow. Here's Proof.