Every Blank Line Needs A Number

I was almost seventeen when I felt I'd finally tasted life. And it was good. The first taste was me getting my first job, something I thought I'd never be able to do. Ever since I have laughed at my younger self. And I laugh at those who say they can't find work. Here I …

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“Rewards are Free to Those That Pay”

In the daytime I smiled and loved everyone. At night, I prayed and cried for everyone else, family and strangers alike. I was the sort of child that prayed that God would save every person, even all those who had already died. I even prayed for Satan. The idea of anyone not loving God, of …

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“And I just pretended to be a normal person”

Before I share how I got my driver’s license, passport, or banking account, I need to tell you the most important thing you can know to live a successful life as a sovereign citizen. Don't worry. I'll eventually explain what a sovereign citizen is. And no it's not some weird thing controversial theorists would have …

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Who Is This Blog For?

Primarily, I am writing for: Those without social security numbers, state birth certificates, or other government documents. My goal is to provide encouragement and education for navigating the system legally while remaining true to one's convictions. This blog will be both for those who live "under the grid" for religious reasons and as well as …

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