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Deadzombie
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"what do you think non-strugglers get out of 'struggle music'?"


          

collectively listening to the same music, but hearing different things.

what's more important - the message or its interpretation?

  

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Examples and of struggle music?
Dec 08th 2014
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^^^
Dec 08th 2014
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no juice
Dec 08th 2014
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E009iovu3rE
Dec 08th 2014
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      ain't listened to that in a minute
Dec 08th 2014
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           loved g. dep
Dec 23rd 2014
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fans
Dec 08th 2014
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Strugglin' singin': "I'm strugglin' but I'mma make it..........."
Dec 08th 2014
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if you mean white irony
Dec 08th 2014
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tourism. I like that idea.
Dec 08th 2014
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      lol @ "idea"
Dec 08th 2014
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Depends. Hipsters love to feel "authentic" and ironic
Dec 08th 2014
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Define struggle music though.
Dec 08th 2014
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*looks around*
Dec 08th 2014
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      Are you talking songs ABOUT struggle?? or songs birthed
Dec 08th 2014
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           whats the difference?
Dec 09th 2014
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                Its a valid question.
Dec 23rd 2014
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                     does struggle music need lyrics?
Dec 24th 2014
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they get to struggle vicariously
Dec 08th 2014
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is ones struggle ever really over?
Dec 08th 2014
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i like this, too.
Dec 08th 2014
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one can also use it to keep themselves grounded in reality
Dec 08th 2014
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      real talk. your reply is really appreciated.
Dec 09th 2014
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your reluctance to clarify is cracking me up
Dec 09th 2014
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as usual, he aint think it through
Dec 09th 2014
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      it's been 2 or 3 days and this dude still ain't define it.
Dec 09th 2014
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      why are you all hell bent on me defining this for you?
Dec 09th 2014
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      think these through.
Dec 09th 2014
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           it's just a very abstract term
Dec 09th 2014
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                it's not that abstract. it should probably include:
Dec 09th 2014
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a nice beat & melody...maybe a sample to research
Dec 09th 2014
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by chance, is anyone ready to discuss something like this?
Dec 23rd 2014
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Music is one of the brain's most effective ways of gaining and retaining...
Dec 23rd 2014
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It's more about the memories the music invokes upon first listen
Dec 23rd 2014
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RE: what do you think non-strugglers get out of 'struggle music'?
Dec 23rd 2014
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what do strugglers get out of ballin music?
Dec 23rd 2014
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good point. but isn't that, also, struggle music?
Dec 23rd 2014
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yeah true
Dec 23rd 2014
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+1
Dec 23rd 2014
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wait. so you're quick to extrapolate what struggle music is
Dec 24th 2014
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oh that's easy, age-old american identification with the good life
Dec 23rd 2014
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not sure what struggle music is but the Office Space
Dec 23rd 2014
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Primarily entertainment. Some may get
Dec 23rd 2014
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while I'm still not quite clear on
Dec 24th 2014
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Give me some examples of non-strugglers
Dec 24th 2014
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tomjohn29
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1. "Examples and of struggle music?"
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Tutu nu, vondo nos nu
Vita em, no continous non
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To swim or to touch not
When we unite we hedge amen

  

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7. "^^^"
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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16. "no juice"
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OHV53Jvyzo

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15. "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E009iovu3rE"
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E009iovu3rE

  

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17. "ain't listened to that in a minute"
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G-Dep was dope as fuck. Most def feelin that joint tho.


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32. "loved g. dep"
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"The world is before you and you need not take it or leave it as it was when you came in." - James Baldwin

  

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2. "fans"
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Let me sport my Air Hyperbole 2010s in peace. (c) ansomble

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c71
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3. "Strugglin' singin': "I'm strugglin' but I'mma make it...........""
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Non-strugglin' listener's reaction: "ha-ha, Hee-hee, ha-ha. LOL"

  

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4. "if you mean white irony"
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it's cultural tourism basically

  

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Deadzombie
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6. "tourism. I like that idea. "
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11. "lol @ "idea""
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it's been a thing since jazz music, at least

it goes both ways as well. black people can be cultural tourists.

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5. "Depends. Hipsters love to feel "authentic" and ironic"
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and will listen to both music about the struggle and "music" that struggles to actually be music for that purpose. While driving around inside the new Volkswagen, of course.



But that's pretty opposite enjoying music for music's sake.


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FLUIDJ
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8. "Define struggle music though."
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Deadzombie
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9. "*looks around*"
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where are we?

why do we have to start so far back before the question?

  

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FLUIDJ
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10. "Are you talking songs ABOUT struggle?? or songs birthed"
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OUT of struggle?
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Deadzombie
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26. "whats the difference?"
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does struggle music need lyrics?

  

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34. "Its a valid question."
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Waka Flocka would be considered music made from the struggle, whereas Talib would be "struggle music."


We cant answer the initial question cause "struggle music" sounds too broad yo.

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Deadzombie
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43. "does struggle music need lyrics?"
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12. "they get to struggle vicariously"
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13. "is ones struggle ever really over?"
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i mean some may look @ my place in life & think wow, youre good

others would look @ it & think your shit sucks

its all POV


does it really matter?

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14. "i like this, too. "
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18. "one can also use it to keep themselves grounded in reality"
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'cause no matter where you are in life, no matter how much you've "made it", you can always find yourself back knee deep in the struggle in a heartbeat.

On this day last year I was making a nice cushy 6 figure salary, nearly 3000 sq/ft 4 bedroom crib with a fat ass pool out back, coupla Benzes and alladat.

6 weeks later I got laid off.
We foreclosed and had to vacate the house by the end of June.
Gave up a ride.
Ch13 saved the one car we have and keeps the bank and creditors off our ass.
Relying on unemployment and SNAP to get by.
6 of us living in a small ass 2 bedroom weekly (most of the time 5 of us 'cause my eldest is usually at her grandmother's crib which is much closer to her job)
Unemployment ran out with no extensions (thanks congress!)
Took a job paying $10/hr and doing odd shit to get by which really took the place of unemployment.
Barely afford clothes and shoes. Walk more than I drive 'cause it's cheaper

Sometimes you wind up back in a fucked up place even after you've made it out of the struggle. I'm on my way back having finally landed a client a few weeks ago and am now making money... Not nearly what I was making, but enough for us to live comfortably and get our life back on track.

I'll stay listening to struggle music.


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20. "real talk. your reply is really appreciated."
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19. "your reluctance to clarify is cracking me up"
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wtf is struggle music?

like that's some universal term we all recognize as a thing and should be well-versed in it

is struggle rap the shit people post and promote on here as in...struggling to reach ears or struggle music as in content about struggling?

cause that's like 50% of music and shit

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21. "as usual, he aint think it through"
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23. "it's been 2 or 3 days and this dude still ain't define it. "
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Deadzombie
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25. "why are you all hell bent on me defining this for you?"
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are you afraid of something?

  

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Deadzombie
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24. "think these through."
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'struggle music' meaning something completely different to different people is a part of the conversation, actually.

i want all perspectives.

we are exploring.

we are NOT on a quest to prove someone wrong or right (are you preoccupied with reminding me of my shortcomings?).

im sort of disappointed in you - i hadn't realized you were this petty, astralblak.

  

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MiracleRic
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27. "it's just a very abstract term"
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but you didn't really expand on it's abstractness either so it's kinda open to interpretation in a way that makes it hard to contribute to without...squinting lol

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Deadzombie
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28. "it's not that abstract. it should probably include:"
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music made by a 'representative' of a group of downtrodden peoples.

also. the music should reflect/address the state of downtrodden-ness.

or. there's a quality about the music that identifies to the listner that 'these people are struggling' (maybe buckets and pots instead drums?)

but this brings up the idea that is the insertion of 'struggle content' the same as 'struggle music'?

who is the audience?

is the struggling musician speaking to his fellow human strugglers, or is he sending out a message to the non-struggling masses to cause some sort of awareness and instigate help?

can 'struggling people' make happier, lighter, music. is that struggle music simply cause it's made by struggling peoples?

i don't know. it's just some shit to think about.

  

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22. "a nice beat & melody...maybe a sample to research"
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29. "by chance, is anyone ready to discuss something like this?"
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30. "Music is one of the brain's most effective ways of gaining and retaining..."
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If one is able to emote feelings of struggle into their music, it can actually go a long way in helping people to connect to experiences they haven't had directly. People like to downplay it, but music is actually an important component garnering empathy, because the listener can be taken on a journey by the artist.

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31. "It's more about the memories the music invokes upon first listen"
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfHw2b6b1PU

http://genius.com/71409/J-cole-the-badness/I-hate-the-winter-time-because-the-nights-come-quicker-the-light-make-them-whites-think-im-a-nice-young-nigga

For instance, young struggle up there spits relatable bars but only to someone that's been there. I refuse to forget where I came from and struggle bars keep me grounded. It's easy to get out in this world and forget at times that they don't fuck with you, want you dead, hope you fail. This music reminds me it's not sweet however you think it is.

  

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33. "RE: what do you think non-strugglers get out of 'struggle music'?"
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i was at a 4th of july jam with like the roots and ewf and so forth. roots were doing "just push on up" and this fat white chick next to us goes "i dont relate to this song at all as a middle class white person."

kinda blunt but honest, i guess.

i think at worst it's like the people who drive through the hood on some sort of ghetto safari, at best it's some real effort at empathy. personally i dont knock it, i mean you don't have to be sad to appreciate the blues. or do you?

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35. "what do strugglers get out of ballin music?"
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rhymes about Bugattis and Miami Life and shit?

  

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36. "good point. but isn't that, also, struggle music?"
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the cars and all are a big deal because it was gotten by some 'bootstrap' shit.

  

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37. "yeah true"
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41. "+1"
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45. "wait. so you're quick to extrapolate what struggle music is"
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but not exactly what it isn't??

real talk. most music could be interpreted as struggle out of the effort that it gets to actually put one's self out there.

even iggy azalia(sp?) for example because technically she puts herself out there everytime. struggling probably with sexual, racial, and general fuckery aimed her way while she's trying to be an artist.

so in regards to the benefit of music, struggle or otherwise. it's a point of contact. a place where others can relate to the turmoil or the joys in the inner chambers of your heart. which isn't obtuse in the slightest. part of even why the oldest negro spirituals can bring a tear to your eye because you feel/hear the hurt and internalize it.

it's easier to get a point across when you got a hook or a dope beat.



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38. "oh that's easy, age-old american identification with the good life"
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it's one of the primary principles behind magazine publication, to present glamour in both content and advertising so that the reader feels like they are getting a slice of the good life for cheap.

someone at the low end fantasizing about the high end is not at all hard to understand.

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39. "not sure what struggle music is but the Office Space"
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soundtrack worked great with the plot

  

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40. "Primarily entertainment. Some may get "
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Knowledge or understanding, but that's probably the exception to the rule.

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Everything looks like Oprah kissing Harvey Weinstein these days

  

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tariqhu
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Wed Dec-24-14 09:06 AM

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42. "while I'm still not quite clear on"
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struggle music, but music is not that important to everybody. most folks just roll with what's comfy and sounds good to them. couldn't care less about the struggle messages or the artist's personal fight.

you probably think you're cooler than me

  

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Stringer Bell
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Wed Dec-24-14 01:29 PM

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44. "Give me some examples of non-strugglers"
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Specifically which mortal human beings with egos and desires who don't struggle at all do you have in mind?

  

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