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Our emotional state of choice is Ecstasy Our nourishment of choice is Love Our addiction of choice is technology Our religion of choice is music Our currency of choice is knowledge Our politics of choice is none Our society of choice is utopian though we know it will never be You may hate us You may dismiss us You may misunderstand us You may be unaware of our existence We can only hope you do not care to judge us because we would never judge you We are not criminals We are not disillusioned We are not drug addicts We are not naive children We are one massive global tribal village that transcends man-made law physical geography and time itself We are The Massive One Massive We were first drawn by the sound From far away the thunderous muffled echoing beat was comparable to a mothers heart soothing a child in her womb of concrete steel and electrical wiring We were drawn back into this womb and there in the heat dampness and darkness of it we came to accept that we are all equal Not only to the darkness and to ourselves but to the very music slamming into us and passing through our souls we are all equal And somewhere around 35Hz we could feel the hand of God at our backs pushing us forward pushing us to push ourselves to strengthen our minds our bodies and our spirits Pushing us to turn to the person beside us to join hands and uplift them by sharing the uncontrollable joy we felt from creating this magical bubble that can for one evening protect us from the horrors atrocities and pollution of the outside world It is in that very instant with these initial realizations that each of us was truly born We continue to pack our bodies into clubs or warehouses or buildings youve abandoned and left for naught and we
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