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De l'aigle | Le Ville` | Shakti | L'égalité | Céu eterno | Sembilan | Malaikat | Infinita | Du al'Agneau | B'ak'tun | Lorentz | Õrn Seadus

What might be learned. . .
It should be understood that dwelling in the past isn’t always very helpful or the most instillingly grandiose thing to do. While the recording of 'slavery' throughout history has remained the subject of an arrogant egotism or socially unacceptable pursuit. The Greek historian ‘Seneca’ (Seneca the Younger, l. 4 BCE - 65 CE) wrote a somewhat ecstatic letter that best described or accentuated his view on the subject of slavery, or the comradery of servitude of his fellow man. While finding the best way to diminish the negativity of this subject’s through the greater learning of our humanities or the broadening of our horizons on the subject of philosophy, or perhaps its more socially acceptable pursuits. . .