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Mans transition from the state of nature into society is a topic that mercy and pity He helped his fellow man and animals every chance he got whenever he saw them hurt as long as he saw no threat to himself in helping them Nature in giving men tears bears witness that she gave the human race the softest hearts Man was initially a happy hermit He lived by himself He was independent and lived off the fruits of the land He ate when he wanted he drank when he wanted and he slept whenever and wherever He didnt have to worry about the food and water supplies because they were bountiful Man basically had unlimited resources When man encountered fierce creatures he could choose whether to flee and escape the animal by climbing a tree or he could fight the animal with a stick or branch Gradually fierce creatures tended to stay away from man because they learned that he was not worth all the work and risk they took to get a meal Hence man had no natural predators and was essentially carefree Once in a while man had chance sexual encounters with woman Once both their sexual needs were satisfied they both parted Man had no memory and never remembered which fruits he ate which streams he drank from and which women he had had sexual experiences with Therefore he was a man with no preference no tastes and all of his experiences were satisfying and made him contented He never had any motive to commit suicide unlike society today where suicides are common To make his life easier savage man invented tools He gathered strong sticks branches and stones to use as weapons against fierce creatures One way or another man discovered the many uses of fire and found ways to duplicate it This same type of ingenuity led to man building crude huts to live in as opposed to sleeping
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