Minimize to the least degree our level of captivity

What I meant by my question, “How much different are we from them?,” is this:  in our society, we as adult humans, likewise are trained in behaviors that are necessary for our survival.  In a sense, each of us lives in our individual form of captivity.  Thus it behooves us to minimize to the smallest degree possible the level of our captivity, especially as Baby Boomers, as we have the increasing means to live otherwise, like flying in a helicopter, or sitting on the beach beside a fire at sunset, or strolling among preening pelicans, or performing stand-up comedy at the Thumbnail Theater.

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