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Moksha, moksha, moksha... oh Jan Brady... to come out of the wheel of rebirth, of Samsara, that's moksha! For many, that doesn't mean much, since they don't even know they're suffering, let alone the embodiment, the culmination of a very long string of past lives. They think the secular system that we live in is the only gravy train in town, while many spiritual traditions say it isn't. 

Moksha obviously means peace. But again, you have to know that you're suffering to make that a goal. Or like Anthony de Mello put it, to become sick of your sickness. And how many times he would have felt like letting people hit rock bottom instead of acting as a pain-relief therapist (his words).

With regards to moksha, it bears remembering that this does not apply to NPCs (or backdroppers, as Dolores Cannon once put it), aka young souls, or, mortal souls (as recounted in the gnostic text, The Apocalypse of Peter). Young souls don't have to worry about the wheel of karma since it's their only go-around, they're here to push the dictates of the system. And so, wherever the needle is on the spectrum of ease/disease, or suffering/freedom, it's fine by them.

Because we may as well all wake up in a butcher shop every morning, or by a running bandsaw, for all they care. Their soul is a computer chip programmed to stay within the lines.

This t-shirt is dedicated to Michelle Lecnik, who knows a thing or two about NPCs and their ways.

• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester)
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz/yd² (142 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Side-seamed construction
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Blank product sourced from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, Honduras, or the US

Moksha Moksha Moksha

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