burdenless


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not encumbered with a physical burden or load

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I had already picked out a dream place for the stillness after, a park bench in Pittsburgh directly in front of the main Carnegie library, parking spaces in the cement square behind me, and a lovely old bridge to one side, leading directly into Schenley Park and, I might add, the beautiful old Forbes Field a little beyond the parking where, as a boy, I would sometimes pay a dime, on Boys' Day, to watch the Waner brothers and Al Todd and Arky Vaughn play against the Cubs or the Cardinals, though mostly I snuck in, taking advantage of a loose board and a gulley and a large shadow that covered the crime, even if the joy was not so much in saving ten cents--though that counted--but the pleasure of a free ride, a burdenless existence, a liberation into the heaven of free baseball, say forever.
They had wanted to make human beings immortal like themselves, but human mothers gave their children the breast instead of the 'water of life,' 'and thereafter all the burdenless accoutrements of the sky world were, of necessity, exchanged for the care and toil known to earthlings" (ibid.; see also Wiessner and Tumu 1998:181" cf.
The choice to forgive and to touch may reveal a will to be at peace and burdenless both within the self and in connection with the world.
He took my mobile number, a description of the bag and contents - some of them perishable, others fragile just to add to the entertainment - and I headed for home, unburdened and burdenless.
According to media horror stories, illicit gun dealerships are wildly profitable so the $300-$500 fee hike will go unnoticed -- that's the profit in the sale of just one more "Saturday Night Special." Site inspections and rigorous background checks are equally burdenless since there are plenty of clean crooks to front a business.