1 Compliance with society and boundaries are those that need to be addressed when living in this world.
2 For instance, if a child gets too close to a stove and does not understand the consequence of touching a burning element, it is your duty to help the child understand what can harm him or not.
3 The same applies to the dangers of being on the road with traffic or no traffic at all. What matters is that you monitor the child’s activities with utmost regard to the child’s safety in this plane of reality.
4 The same applies to cultural behavior. There are boundaries within a culture that you must not go beyond the extent of your freedom to do as you please; like, your fundamental civil rights end when the rights of others begin, which is the most logical law-abiding practice that most resembles the universal law of righteousness to keep balance in life. You see?
5 One can have an expression of music beyond recognition as to what rhythm means to others. That free will of expression is allowed for you to manifest. But once that expression invades someone else’s personal space, it is out of balance. You see?
6 I can address many more, innumerable, and you would not hear the end of it. And as it has been said before: Our boundaries define us in this realm of reality. And as we are in balance with each other, we become part of this conglomerate, which is a collective force of balance in movement and creation.
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