It is the harvest season, when people gather goods which they have paid for.
Stealing a line from Freedom Farm, all animals are free, but some animals are freer than others. The story tells that a group of animals felt so free themselves that they decided to free the animals in another farm by attacking them. They successfully trashed that farm by kicking around. In the meanwhile some of the combat animals accidentally kicked each other and some of them got injured. They felt the pain and decided they should feel free to eat all the food stored in that farm. As the food turned out to be too much to be eaten up in one day, it then becomes an issue how to move those food back to their own farm so that they don’t have to work any more. After some brain storming they came up with a new plan…
All existences are reasonable, but some existences are more reasonable than others.
Thoughts on the word “reasonable”. Reasoning is a process of making senses of something. Such a process is created for the sake of making senses of something even if that thing seemed to be wrong by common senses. Once this process is processed, the reasoning is done. No matter how ridiculous a thing originally looks like, once a reasoning of it is given, it is verified automatically and everybody else has to accept its truism. Therefore, saying something is reasonable has nothing to do with its being truism or not. It only matters who tries to reason it and how successful the reasoning is. As a matter of fact, in the Freedom Farm, one notices that whenever the freer animals decide to reason something, they almost always succeed in doing that. Hence anything decided to be reasonable by the freer animals are automatically true. In the long run, it becomes a habit of every other animal in any farms to accept whatever they say or try to say.