Meanwhile in a response to another question, #552, you described the Maya as Leavers. But didn’t the Maya put food under lock and key and force people to work to get it back? Or if they didn’t, how did their civilization exist? Or is the difference simply that the Maya considered that they had a choice with regard to what they did with their food, as proven by the fact they eventually did return to a lifestyle in which food is “free for the taking”?
Why has the social adolescence of our culture grown into such an extended period of time, while Leaver cultures seem to push their children into their role at a faster rate? Is it because of the Leaver vs. Taker education systems that are outlined in My Ishmael?